"Euro-Mediterranean relations 25 years after the Barcelona Process" is the inaugural lecture of the Aula Mediterrània 2020-2021 cycle.
From Crisis to Recovery in the Western Mediterranean: Challenges and Opportunities on the Road to a Post-COVID-19 Sustainable Growth
This webinar of the Medthink 5+5 network of Western Mediterranean think tanks aims at analysing the economic situation generated by the COVID-19 crisis in the countries of the region.
The Barcelona Declaration promoted a Euro-Mediterranean government cooperation structure. Paradoxically, the year commemorating the 25th anniversary is the culmination of new vicissitudes that have raised the necessary adaptation of the declaration.
Understanding the Impact of Covid-19 in the Countries of the Southern Mediterranean, Developing Euro-Mediterranean Responses
This second dialogue provides information not only on the impact of Covid-19 on the countries of the Southern Mediterranean and the support that the EU has provided to the region, but also on the possible future scenarios for Euro-Mediterranean coope...
Inmaculada Fernández Arrillaga, professor of Modern History, talks about the Mediterranean journey of the Jesuits from the Pragmatic Sanction (1767), presenting the causes of their expulsion.
Although Palestine-Israel / Israel-Palestine “conflict” has been mainly understood as a conflict between two parties fighting for the same territory, it should be rather considered as a matter of active settlement colonialism.
The rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran has had a major impact on politics and security in the Middle East since the Iranian revolution. However, there have been periods of growing rapprochement.
Building Resilience to Health Crisis through Enhanced Cooperation in the Western Mediterranean: the role of the Dialogue 5+5 in a Post COVID-19 Era
Western Mediterranean countries have been severly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. This health crisis has uncovered the respective degree of unpreparedness of the different countries of the region, putting a huge strain on their health systems.
The end of World War II announced a new global order. Decolonization devastated the world and the creation of the United Nations in 1945 embodied the hopes of colonized peoples as an instrument of freedom during the first Cold War.
Tackling the Impacts of the COVID-19 through International Cooperation in the Mediterranean: Assessing Measures for Guarantees
This webinar is intended to follow up on the first EMGN webinar dedicated to the role of Credit Guarantee Schemes (CGSs) in mitigating the degree of socioeconomic and financial consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.