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European integration starts abroad

Jul 2, 2015 No Comments ››
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Following last week’s European Council and the expiration of Greece’s bailout, all eyes are now set on the outcome of the Greek referendum and the future of European integration. The summit has shown the extent of strain in Europe’s political fabric.

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Yemen: who stands to gain?

May 18, 2015 No Comments ››
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Yemen has become the testing ground for Saudi Arabia’s new assertive foreign policy and its bid for regional leadership. A Saudi-led coalition launched an aerial bombing campaign at the end of March to contain and reverse Houthi rebels’ expansion and reinstate exiled President Hadi.

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Addressing fragility

Apr 8, 2015 No Comments ››
 

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Political tensions mount in Southern Algeria

Mar 25, 2015 No Comments ››
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The Algerian government is under increasing pressure, stemming from political and social turmoil in the south of the country. This comes amidst mounting terrorist threats and economic concerns due to low oil prices. The south holds the majority of the country’s oil and gas reserves and is key for Algeria’s security.

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Crisis in Yemen

Mar 3, 2015 No Comments ››
 

Yemen is on the brink of collapse, with Houthi rebels having taken over large parts of the country, including the capital, Sanaa.

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The disorder management strategies of others

Feb 3, 2015 No Comments ››
 

“The question we ask in this annual publication is not how Europe is dealing with disorder but how others are coping with growing instability”.

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New donors and the development agenda

Jan 16, 2015 No Comments ››
 

2015 is the European Year of international development, during which a new framework for development should be adopted. The development agenda has changed and although the EU remains the world’s largest donor of official development assistance (ODA), countries such as China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Korea are playing an increasingly important role in development.

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Pakistan: under the Taliban threat

Dec 18, 2014 No Comments ››
 

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Libya: a divided country?

Dec 15, 2014 No Comments ››
 

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Tunisia’s path to democracy?

Nov 27, 2014 No Comments ››
 

In what ways is Tunisia different from its neighbours? What are the factors behind its positive path to democracy? What would an electoral victory of Essebsi mean for the democratic transition? What are the challenges ahead?

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