Toward Understanding Violence and Revising Counter-Violence Policies in the Southern Mediterranean
Back in 2011, a wave of violence started in the Southern Mediterranean region. Central authorities tightened their control to contain it; however, any decrease in the number of violent attacks is misleading.5 April 2019
Dazed and Confused : Russian “Information Warfare” and the Middle East – The Syria Lessons
“Information warfare” is conceived by the Russian leadership as a potent instrument to achieve its foreign policy objectives. Russian informational strategy following Syria chemical attacks aimed at dividing Western leaders.27 February 2019
WANTED: More Fluid Relationships between Researchers and Officials in the Euro-Mediterranean Region
The assumption hiding behind the concept of “evidence-based decision-making” is that policy makers are eager to consider the work of researchers. Yet, this equation seems to be dysfunctional in the Euro-Mediterranean region.28 November 2018
The Securitisation of the EU’s Migration Policies: What Consequences for Southern Mediterranean Countries and their Relations with the EU?
Exporting the challenges posed by the migrant smuggling business and difficulties in repatriating migrants from the EU to Northern African countries means that these problems are exported to more fragile countries.19 November 2018