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The dispersal of the Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Raba’a square and al-Nahda square in August 2013 unleashed a more complex wave of domestic terrorism in comparison to the waves of terrorism the country encountered decades ago.19 October 2016
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The plethora of reasons for Jihadist groups’ local and global appeal corroborate the thesis that Islamic radicalism is becoming a general, global, radical anti-systemic movement.11 April 2016
The EU and Conflict Resolution in the Mediterranean Neighbourhood: Tackling New Realities through Old Means?
Since the Arab uprisings, conflict realities in MENA have undergone a substantial change. As the EU’s crisis management policies in the past have been largely perceived as a failure, has the EU reacted in an appropriate way to this change?16 March 2016