Con Anthony Dworkin, el embajador López-Doriga, y Eva Martínez del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores
The refugee crisis has altered Europe's and especially Germany's view on North Africa and triggered a renewed interest in cooperation. As part of the Berlin Foreign Policy Club series, our expert Anthony Dworkin presented and discussed his new book “Five years on: A new European agenda for North Africa” with our guests.
Five years after the Arab uprisings in North Africa, the EU needs to avoid an “either-or” mentality on stability versus progress
Understanding oneself means to look at oneself from the view of others. The Maghreb region is a very crucial neighbourhood for the EU, yet little is known about their point of view. The region faces political, economical and security crises with instable governments, decreasing oil prices and terrorist formations. Europe has to engage more with these countries since it is clearly mutually beneficial. Furthermore, it would alter their view on Europe towards a more positive one. For that, the European Union has to encounter MENA countries on a level playing field.
How Tunisia's civil society can build on its Nobel Peace Prize win
Il Maghreb tra compromesso nazionale, staticità incerta, sfida jiadista, dissoluzione tribale. Dimensione politica e ricadute economiche.
Maghreb between national compromise, immobility, jihadist challenge, tribal dissolution
Am 18. Und 19. Juni 2015 fand in der Heinrich-Böll Stiftung die 16. Außenpolitische Jahrestagung in Partnerschaft mit dem ECFR statt.
Le conseguenze sul processo di pace, regione e rapporti internazionali
What impact on the peace process, the region, and Israel’s international relations?”