Brief on Libya's future

George Joffé, lecturer on international relations of the Middle East and North Africa at the University of Cambridge, looks in the brief 'The Libyan Revolution: Outcome and Perspectives' at how, in a country bereft of meaningful political life for so long, democratic politics can be put in place and the help in doing so that the West could provide.  (Read the article)

Euromesco Annual Conference 2011 Report

The political processes that have emerged as a consequence of the Arab Spring have generated a wide range of possible scenarios. Some countries will consolidate their democratisation processes and others might suffer a return to ancient authoritarian political systems. Either way, protesters throughout the region have shown a strong will to put an end to the Arab exceptionalism.

This EuroMeSCo report reviews the debates held in the EuroMeSCo Annual Conference 2011 “A New Mediterranean Political Landscape? The Arab Spring and Euro-Mediterranean Relations”, held in Barcelona on 6-7 October 2011. 


New Brief : The Arab Spring. Is Algeria the Exception?

Yahia H. Zoubir, Director of Research in Geopolitics at EUROMED MANAGEMENT (Marseille), says that "the question remains whether the regime [in Algeria] is genuinely seeking to bring about tangible structural reforms and initiate an authentic transition to democracy." See full text in pdf

Palestine at the United Nations

Ahead of the bid for recognition that Palestine will present to the United Nations next week, EuroMeSCo is publishing four Briefs on the issue by Mahdi Abdul Hadi, Muriel Asseburg, Pol Morillas, Meliha Benli Altunisik and Shlomo Brom.

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