Politics & Cooperation
Is There Room for a Renewed Euro-Mediterranean Partnership?
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.10 November 2020
Towards Barcelona + 25. Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation And Partnership
As part of the launch of the MedCat 2030 Mediterranean Strategy of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the future commemoration of the Barcelona Declaration of 1995, a series of debates are organized on the Mediterranean partnerships and trends.19 February 2019
The Suez ‘Crisis’ through a Second Class Imperialism: Portugal and Egypt (1956-1957)
In 1947 the majority of Middle Eastern output of crude oil (79%) still belonged to the British corporations. In 1956 the situation was quite different. The Suez crisis marked one of the biggest turning points in the history of the Middle East.24 January 2019
Cooperation With Religious Institutions As A European Policy Tool
The workshop brings together 20 experts on religious affairs, migration and European as well as Middle East policy from Europe and the Middle East to discuss first drafts of research conducted in the framework of the EuroMeSCo project.12 November 2018
The Role of Russia in The Middle East And North Africa Region. Strategy or Opportunism?
Since late September 2015, the Russian military intervention in Syria has prompted the rise of expectations and speculations on Moscow’s intentions to impose itself as a central actor able to affect the course of events in the broader Middle East.12 October 2018
Human Development as a Driver of Cooperation Between the 5+5 Dialogue
The III MedThink 5 + 5 Forum, a network of 30 think tanks from 10 Western Mediterranean countries coordinated by the IEMed, is presented under the title "Human development as a driver of cooperation between the 5 + 5 Dialogue".25 June 2018