Michelle Pace, Professor in Global Studies at Roskilde University and Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme, recently published a commentary at the Instituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) entitled “The EU Must Change Vocabulary on Israel-Palestine“. The article can be directly accessed here (free access). For more information, visit […]
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WORKING PAPER N°5 “Turkey, the Middle East and the EU integration process through the prism of ontological security theory” by Drakoularakos Stavros
EUMENIA’s fifth working paper entitled “Turkey, the Middle East and the EU integration process through the prism of ontological security theory” by Drakoularakos Stavros is now available! The working paper is part of the Middle East Series, The Jean Monnet Papers on Political Economy, of the […]
The Webinar “Israel’s annexation plan: how should Europe react?” was organised by the IAI, in cooperation with EIiamep, July 2020. The event was moderated by Prof. Nathalie Tocci, Director, Istituto Affari Internazionali.
Israel’s new coalition government has outlined its intention to unilaterally annex large parts of the Occupied Palestinian Territories, beginning with Israel’s settlement blocs and much of the Jordan Valley in the West Bank. Coming on the heels of the issuing of the US’s so-called ‘deal of the century’, this move is also backed by the White House and will have far reaching implications on Israelis and Palestinians as well the broader region and the international rules based order. EU institutions and member states have repeatedly warned Israel of repercussions from such a move, but such messaging appears to have had marginal impact on the Israeli government’s calculus.
The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) co-hosted a web seminar examining Israel’s annexation plan and its implications on the conflict and EU policy. High-level speakers from Israel, Palestine and Europe discussed the motivations and impact of such a move and assess possible policy reactions from Europe.
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 […]
EUMENIA’s fourth working paper entitled “Egypt and the East Med gas reserves” by Dr. Marika Karagianni is now available to download here.