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New series of EuroMeSCo Papers

coverEuroMeSCo and IEMed launched in October 2010 the first Euro-Med Call for Papers, whose objective was the preparation and development of research papers with the goal of contributing to a greater understanding of the Euro-Mediterranean reality in its distinct political, socio-economic and cultural aspects, and providing proposals to improve it. The Call for Papers was open to experts and researchers linked to research, study and analysis centres and institutes focusing on the Mediterranean reality, members of the EuroMeSCo network.

IEMed and EuroMeSCo are now publishing the documents accepted by the Jury of the Call for Papers. The evolution and influence of Turkish foreign policy, regional processes in the Mediterranean, the Mediterranean Solar Plan or the significance of democracy in relations between the EU and southern and eastern Mediterranean countries are the subjects examined in the first five issues of the collection “PapersIEMed”.

 
New EuroMeSCo policy brief on the European Neighbourhood Policy

The policy brief "The Review of the European Neighbourhood Policy: How to Make it Work for the Arab Mediterranean?" written by Rym Ayadi and Salim Gadi reviews the Commission's proposals to support free trade and democratisation outlined in its May 2011 Communication and provides recommendations to dynamise the EU's actions in these areas.

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New EuroMeSCo report: "Euromed+15. New paths of cooperation across the Mediterranean"
On the occasion of the 15th Anniversary of the Barcelona Declaration, the EuroMeSCo Network and the IEMed jointly organized the 2010 Annual EuroMeSCo Conference, in which distinguished experts and practitioners were convened to debate the future of Euro-Mediterranean politics in the light of the on-going institutional changes within the European Union and the new geopolitical context. This new EuroMeSCo report contains the edited speeches delivered at the conference.

 

 

 
New EuroMeSCo policy brief
A new policy brief on the European policies towards the Arab World written by Isabel Schäfer has just been published.

"Non seulement les sociétés du monde arabe vivent des moments historiques de leur histoire contemporaine mais, en outre, les relations internationales se trouvent à un point de césure. Ce point tournant est d’une aussi grande importance que la fin du monde bipolaire déclenché par la chute du mur de Berlin, ou bien que les événements du 11 septembre 2001."

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