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Webinar on Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip

Webinar on Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip

A webinar on Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip will be held online on August 19th at 9am Paris time, organised by the Middle East Studies Forum at Deakin University. Speakers will include Prof. Michelle Pace from Roskilde University and […]

New lecture: EU and democracy promotion in the Middle East (a European perspective) by Dr. Huber

New lecture: EU and democracy promotion in the Middle East (a European perspective) by Dr. Huber

Dr. Daniela Huber recorded a lecture entitled “EU and democracy promotion in the Middle East (a European perspective)”. It is available online here.

New article by Tommaso Emiliani “Between God and the Sugar Dates: Lessons for a “Geopolitical” EU from the US–Iran Crisis”

New article by Tommaso Emiliani “Between God and the Sugar Dates: Lessons for a “Geopolitical” EU from the US–Iran Crisis”

Tommaso Emiliani published a new article entitled “Between God and the Sugar Dates: Lessons for a “Geopolitical” EU from the US–Iran Crisis“. It is available here

New article by Prof. Michelle Pace and Prof. Haim Yacobi “Can the EU Stand Up to Trump’s “Deal of the Century”?”

New article by Prof. Michelle Pace and Prof. Haim Yacobi “Can the EU Stand Up to Trump’s “Deal of the Century”?”

Prof. Michelle Pace and Prof. Haim Yacobi published an article on IAI’s website “Can the EU Stand Up to Trump’s “Deal of the Century”?”

Working paper n°2 “Jihadi brides: What you see is what you get? The portrayal of female foreign fighters in the French and Dutch media”

Working paper n°2 “Jihadi brides: What you see is what you get? The portrayal of female foreign fighters in the French and Dutch media”

EUMENIA’s second working paper “Jihadi brides: What you see is what you get? The portrayal of female foreign fighters in the French and Dutch media” by Iris de Leede is now available here.

Working paper n°1 “Assessing the Impact of Turkish Refugee Flows on the EU-Turkey Agreement” by Dr. Nikolaos Lampas

Working paper n°1 “Assessing the Impact of Turkish Refugee Flows on the EU-Turkey Agreement” by Dr. Nikolaos Lampas

EUMENIA’s first working paper “Assessing the Impact of Turkish Refugee Flows on the EU-Turkey Agreement” by Dr. Nikolaos Lampas is now available here.

New article by Dr. Münevver Cebeci

New article by Dr. Münevver Cebeci

Dr. Münevver Cebeci published a special issue: “Representing Peace? The EU’s Temporal Selves and its Statebuilding” in Geopolitics, Vol. 25, issue 2.

New special issue by Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Beste İşleyen

New special issue by Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Beste İşleyen

Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Beste İşleyen published a special issue: “The European Union and Practices of Governing Space and Population in Contested States: Insights from EUPOL COPPS in Palestine” in Geopolitics, Vol. 25, issue 2.

New special issue by Dimitris Bouris and Dimitris Papadimitriou

New special issue by Dimitris Bouris and Dimitris Papadimitriou

Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Dimitris Papadimitriou published a special issue: “The EU and Contested Statehood in its Near Abroad: Europeanisation, Actorness and State-building” in Geopolitics, Vol. 25, issue 2.

Event: closing workshop of national dialogue project explores effects of Palestinian political split at Birzeit University

Event: closing workshop of national dialogue project explores effects of Palestinian political split at Birzeit University

The project titled “National Dialogue with and through Universities and Community Social Organization in Palestine” concluded with a workshop, held at Birzeit University and connected to Gaza via videoconference, on December 9, 2019. More information here