In addition to the annual conference, the MedThink 5+5 network holds two separate thematic conferences organized by the network's secretariat in collaboration with two of its member institutions.
The main network of think tanks on politics and security in the Mediterranean is holding its 2017 annual assembly and conference.
Social media marked a before and after during the Arab uprisings of 2011. Its use opened the door to the participation of young people in political life, the promotion of freedom of expression and pluralism.
The devastation of the country since 2011 has caused the biggest humanitarian disaster in the Middle East since the end of World War II: nearly half a million dead and more than half of the Syrian population has converted to refugees or moved.
The Dialogue Workshop “Sahel and Security in the Mediterranean” is part of a Working Package, coordinated by Dr Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck, El Erian Fellow at Carnegie Middle East Center.
Islamophobe is the adjective that defines about 60% of the articles published in August in 6 Spanish newspapers about Islam and Muslims, many of these articles having been written on the occasion of the known attacks in Catalonia on August 17.
Radicalization is one of the most pressing issues in Europe today. Christiane Timmerman analyzes the causes that lead an individual to radicalize and the need to make a change of narrative to understand the complexity of the radicalization process.