1 Jul, 2021

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?

Inga Kristina Trauthig | 01 July 2021 | TR

On 23 June, international and Libyan representatives met in Berlin to discuss the progress of and ongoing challenges to a stable, peaceful Libya. The conference however was highly reminiscent of January 2020, as the [...]

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?2021-07-01T09:33:24+03:00
4 May, 2021

Italy in the Middle East: The disconnect between geopolitics and arm diplomacy

Valentina Pegolo | 04 May 2021

Following the Arab Spring, Italy has tried to improve its geopolitical position in the Middle East. Its approach, however, has suffered from the lack of a grand strategy and overreliance on strategic partners
Italy in the Middle East: The disconnect between geopolitics and arm diplomacy2021-05-04T14:19:26+03:00
11 Sep, 2019

EU Policies in the Middle East: Changes and Effects on Regional Politics

Sanaa El Banna | 11 September 2019 | TR | AR

The shift towards far-right politics and the rise of support for authoritarianism have been two marked trends in international politics. These trends can be linked to the phenomenon of the retreat of liberalism as its promise of economic prosperity along with progressive democracy has failed to deliver on both terms.
EU Policies in the Middle East: Changes and Effects on Regional Politics2020-08-10T19:47:17+03:00
18 Sep, 2018

States of Uncertainty : How the West’s relationship with Saudi Arabia tells you much about dysfunction in both camps

David Hearst | 18 September 2018 | TR

Journalists suffer from a occupational disease. We have a bad habit of placing ourselves at the centre of events,  even though, more often than not , we are as distant to it as everyone else [...]

States of Uncertainty : How the West’s relationship with Saudi Arabia tells you much about dysfunction in both camps2020-08-09T16:20:33+03:00
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