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EuroMeSCo network welcomes new Members

The 2015 General Assembly, held in Milan on 8-9 October, saw the entry into the network of four new institutes. EuroMeSCo would like to welcome its new members: Centre for Social and Economic Research – CASE, Poland; CEI International Affairs, Spain; German Development Institute – DIE, Germany; and German Marshall Fund – GMF, Belgium. This meeting of all EuroMeSCo network members also approved the upgrade of Regional Center for Strategic Studies - RCSS, Egypt and Arab Reform Initiative - ARI, France from observer to full member status.

The European Commission will support the EuroMeSCo network

The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), together with 13 co-applicants and a pool of associated institutes from the EuroMeSCo network, has been awarded a grant from the European Commission to develop the action “Euro-Mediterranean Political Research and Dialogue for Inclusive Policymaking Processes and Dissemination through Network Participation”.


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EuroMeSCo Paper 25: The Tunisian Transition: Torn Between Democratic Consolidation and Neo-Conservatism in an Insecure Regional Context

The paper by Isabel Schäfer assesses the different phases and achievements of the transition process in Tunisa before looking at the challenges, difficulties and future perspectives. The newly emerging Tunisian political system is analysed in the context of the current developments in the wider MENA region. This paper considers the Tunisian transition as a very particular and unique case, and not as a “model”. Compared to other states in the MENA region, it is the only country where a comprehensive process of democratic consolidation is taking place so far. The hitherto success of the Tunisian transition results from a particular constellation of different factors, suggesting that the perspectives for a long-term democratic transformation process look positive but the challenges remain multifaceted.


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EuroMeSCo Paper 23: From Policies to Politics: The European Union as an International Mediator in the Mediterranean

Pol Morillas, Head of the Euro-Mediterranean Policies Departmenet at the IEMed, analyses the performance of the European Union as a mediator in its southern neighborouhood,with a particular focus on Egypt and the period of transition from the presidency of Mohammed Morsi to Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi.


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