Tag: MENA

Report on “Infrastructures and Power in the Middle East and North Africa”​, published by the The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)

Report on “Infrastructures and Power in the Middle East and North Africa”​, published by the The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)

The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) in cooperation with EuroMeSCo published a report on “Infrastructures and Power in the Middle East and North Africa”​, which can be accessed ​here​. Report Description: “Geopolitics is back. A more aggressive great power competition and the disruptive effects of new […]

Prof Michelle Pace and Dr Daniela Huber will speak at the Chatham House event “Europe’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?” on 17 February 2021

Prof Michelle Pace and Dr Daniela Huber will speak at the Chatham House event “Europe’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?” on 17 February 2021

Prof Michelle Pace (Roskilde University) and Dr Daniela Huber (Istituto Affari Internazionali) have been invited to speak at the Chatham House event entitled “Europe’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?”.  The event will take place online on 17 February 2021 at 2:00pm- 3:15pm […]

Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme

Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme

From 1 January 2021 Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme. Prof. Michelle Pace provides analysis on the EU and its southern neighbourhood, European approaches to the Middle East and North Africa/Mediterranean, as well as migration issues.

The British Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)

The British Institute of International Affairs (today’s Chatham House) was founded on 5 July 1920 in London. Its founder, Lionel Curtis, had delivered a brainstorming speech to the British and American delegates at the Paris Peace Conference championing the idea ‘for an organization whose purpose would be to foster mutual understanding of and between nations through debate, dialogue and independent analysis’ (Chatham House, 2020).

More details on Prof. Michelle Pace’s work are available at the Chatham House.

Webinar on “​The Impact of Covid-19 on State-Society Relations in North Africa​”, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)

Webinar on “​The Impact of Covid-19 on State-Society Relations in North Africa​”, Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)

Virtual expert briefing by Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) on “​The Impact of Covid-19 on State-Society Relations in North Africa​”  (May 2020) with ​speakers: – Amna Guellali (Amnesty International Middle East and North Africa Director) and Younes Abouyoub (Director, Governance and State-Building Division for the MENA Region, […]

Event: EU-LISTCO workshop on Hybrid Governance and Limited Statehood

Event: EU-LISTCO workshop on Hybrid Governance and Limited Statehood

EU-LISTCO organised a workshop on Hybrid Governance and Limited Statehood in the MENA region at the Robert Schuman Centre. The workshop aimed to identify different ways in which constellations of actors can provide governance and help situate the region’s experiences in comparative terms.

Event: “what does it mean to be Jordanian?” organised by the University of Jordan and Al Rai

Event: “what does it mean to be Jordanian?” organised by the University of Jordan and Al Rai

An international conference on “what it means to be Jordanian” was organised by the University of Jordan and Al Rai on the occasion of the Kingdom’s Centennial on 11/04-12/04/2019 in Amman, Jordan.

You can read more here

New article by Dr. Karim Makdisi: “The UN and the Arab Uprisings: Reflecting a Confused International Order”

New article by Dr. Karim Makdisi: “The UN and the Arab Uprisings: Reflecting a Confused International Order”

Dr. Karim Makdisi published a new article “The UN and the Arab Uprisings: Reflecting a Confused International Order” in POMEPS, spring 2019. The article can be found here

Workshop with Dr. Beste İşleyen: “”The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”

Workshop with Dr. Beste İşleyen: “”The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”

Dr. Beste İşleyen convened a workshop on “The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”. The workshop brought together academics with diverse geographical foci, including Italy, Greece, Malta, Morocco, Libya, Tunisia and Turkey. Amsterdam […]

Event: “The international and regional dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict with a focus on the unintended consequences of the EU’s state-building initiatives” at the KAS

Event: “The international and regional dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict with a focus on the unintended consequences of the EU’s state-building initiatives” at the KAS

Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Daniela Huber gave a public talk entitled “The international and regional dimension of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict with a focus on the unintended consequences of the EU’s state-building initiatives” at the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Palestinian Territories.

 

 

 

 

New article by Andrea Dessì “The EU Global Strategy and the MENA Region: In Search of Resilience”

New article by Andrea Dessì “The EU Global Strategy and the MENA Region: In Search of Resilience”

“The EU Global Strategy and the MENA Region: In Search of Resilience”, by Andrea Dessì, published in Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS). “Europe has made some progress in implementing the EU Global Strategy, yet, when it comes to the Middle East and North Africa […]