Low levels of intraregional trade, rigid economic structures, slow productivity growth, and modest investment levels continue to hinder the progress of economic integration in the overlooked Maghreb region, despite its potential role as a respected trade partner to the EU, US, and other countries of the world. Do existing political tensions among Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, and Libya as well as current economic constraints pose insurmountable obstacles in forging economic ties? Through its exclusive focus on North Africa, Maghreb Regional and Global Integration: A Dream to Be Fulfilled encapsulates a critical analysis of this little-examined region and forwards practical strategies to execute full-fledged economic reform. To that end, how can the United States and the European Union facilitate economic progress? Maghreb Regional and Global Integration: A Dream to be Fulfilled proposes revamping existing free trade agreements, reducing tariff and non-tariff barriers, and creating new industries and service activities as a means to overcome market impediments and elevate the region's attractiveness to global firms.