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New publication by the IAI, “​The New European Commission’s Green Deal and Geopolitical Language: A Critique from a Decentring Perspective​” by ​Dr. Daniela Huber​

New publication by the IAI, “​The New European Commission’s Green Deal and Geopolitical Language: A Critique from a Decentring Perspective​” by ​Dr. Daniela Huber​

New publication by ​Dr. Daniela Huber​, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), entitled “​The New European Commission’s Green Deal and Geopolitical Language: A Critique from a Decentring Perspective​”, April 2020. The publication is available online. For more information on the activities of our team stay connected with EUMENIA on Facebook , […]

New policy brief: Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers”

New policy brief: Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers”

Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury published a policy brief entitled “The Unmaking of Lebanon’s Sectarian Order? The October Uprising and its Drivers” in the IAI’s The International Spectator. The article is available here

Event: EUMENIA webinar with Nathalie Tocci

Event: EUMENIA webinar with Nathalie Tocci

On November 14th, Nathalie Tocci, Director of the IAI and Special Advisor to EU HRVP Federica Mogherini held a webinar on the topic of EU global strategy and EU-Middle East relations.

Lecture: “Turkey at Dire Straits: An Analysis of the Turkish Foreign Policy towards the EU and the Middle East since 2005”

Lecture: “Turkey at Dire Straits: An Analysis of the Turkish Foreign Policy towards the EU and the Middle East since 2005”

Prof. Aylin Güney from Yaşar University gave a lecture entitled “Turkey at Dire Straits: An Analysis of the Turkish Foreign Policy towards the EU and the Middle East since 2005” in the framework of the IAIonline Euro-Mediterranean Analyst course.  

New article by Dr. Lorenzo Kamel “From Pluralization to Fragmentation. The Iraq Kurdish Case from an Historical Perspective”

New article by Dr. Lorenzo Kamel “From Pluralization to Fragmentation. The Iraq Kurdish Case from an Historical Perspective”

Dr. Lorenzo Kamel published “From Pluralization to Fragmentation. The Iraqi Kurdish Case from an Historical Perspective” in Nuova Rivista Storica, April 2019. The abstract is available here

New article co-authored by Silvia Colombo “New Trends in Identity Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and Their Impact on State–Society Relations”

New article co-authored by Silvia Colombo “New Trends in Identity Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and Their Impact on State–Society Relations”

“New Trends in Identity Politics in the Middle East and North Africa and Their Impact on State–Society Relations”, by Silvia Colombo, Enrico Campelli, Francesca Caruso, Raffaella A. Del Sarto, published in MENARA.

Silvia Colombo

“State-society relations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have been deeply impacted by the dynamics around collective identities in the aftermath of the Arab uprisings and of other domestic and regional far-reaching developments, such as the failed coup attempt in Turkey or the ramifications of the Syrian conflict. It is therefore of utmost importance to discuss the changes (or lack thereof) in the articulation of collective identities, what pressures shape them, and what impact this has on the societal actors and ultimately on their relations with the state institutions and policies. In this regard, two trends can be identified whereby pluralization and hybridization in certain countries, for example, Morocco and Tunisia, stand in opposition to entrenchment and polarization, as illustrated by the Israeli and the Turkish cases. The result is heightened conflictuality in state–society relations and within societies at large in the MENA with the risk of spillovers at the regional level.

Access the article here.

 

Event “Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”

Event “Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”

“Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”, Global Governance Programme, 11 February 2019 – Villa Schifanoia. Daniela Huber presented the outcome of the MEDRESET project that is relevant to the discussion of the EU-LISTCO project, led by Federica Bicchi at […]