EuroMeSCo is the main network of research centres and think tanks in the Euro-Mediterranean area. Founded in 1996, in the aftermath of the Barcelona Declaration, the network develops impactful policy-oriented research and encourages policy-making to improve Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, specifically in the field of economic development, migration and security. Visit website.
Palestine at the UN: Moving Towards a Consistent European Stance
The PLO/PA is determined to submit its bid for recognition of Palestinian statehood based on the 1967. This historical decision to approach the UN is of equal importance to that of the mutual PLO-Israel recognition in 1993.8 September 2011
The Migration Impact of North African Revolutions and What it Reveals about Europe
North of the Mediterranean, the dominant media message and the prevailing public perception has been that the migration impact of the North African upheavals has been mainly felt in Europe. This is a deeply flawed perception.28 July 2011
L’immigration en Méditerranée après le conseil Européen des 24 et 24 Juin 2011
Avec le Printemps arabe, l’UE s’est trouvée prise dans une tenaille politico-sécuritaire, obligée de soutenir l’aspiration à la démocratie, mais cherchant à protéger ses frontières contre des arrivées massives de personnes fuyant l’i...27 July 2011
What Next in Turkish-Israeli Relations?
The Mavi Marmara tragedy in May 2010 represented a new low point in Turkish-Israeli relations. The leaders of both countries have used rhetoric, which, though originally intended for their domestic audiences, severely influenced the bilateral relatio...21 July 2011
Révolutions arabes et migrations, Schengen face aux accords bilatéraux de contrôle des frontières
Les révolutions survenues sur la rive sud de la Méditerranée en Tunisie et en Libye n’ont pas manqué de susciter des discours alarmistes sur le risque migratoire qu’elles comportaient pour l’Europe.20 July 2011
The Mediterranean Solar Plan through the Prism of External Governance
The EU devotes significant effort and resources to coping with the energy climate problem. In this context, the EU launched the Mediterranean Solar Plan as one of the priority projects of the Union for the Mediterranean.18 July 2011