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
Food Security and Conflicts in the Mediterranean Region
The history of the world and of the Mediterranean Region is full of events during which agricultural and food issues played a significant role in the deployment of power strategies, the triggering of crises or the course of wars.26 September 2018
The War and Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen: A Forgotten Conflict?
The war in Yemen has long been described as hidden or forgotten. It has been going on, however, for over three years and it immediately generated a large-scale humanitarian crisis, described the worst in the contemporary world.19 September 2018