Region
North Africa

  • How to Predict Violent Conflict in Mali and Ukraine
    Håvard Mokleiv Nygård, Siri Aas Rustad, Andreas Forø Tollefsen, Jonas Vestby
    January 28, 2020

    By using state-of-the-art early-warning models, the recent outbreaks of deadly violence in Mali and Ukraine could probably have been predicted.

  • Is Libya Merkel’s Legacy?

    Judy DempseyTuesday, January 21, 2020

      The efforts to end the war in Libya is a test of German leadership. It might even be the beginning of a new role for Germany, which can no longer afford to let others do the diplomacy and the fighting.

    • Why Democracy Couldn’t Prevent Radicalization in Tunisia

      Georges FahmiTuesday, October 22, 2019

        Tunisia’s transition to democracy has not prevented a wave of violent extremism. Radical jihadist ideas and socioeconomic frustrations are still present in society and must be tackled.

      • Four Game Changers in Europe’s South

        Marc PieriniTuesday, February 26, 2019

          Iran, Turkey, and Russia are deepening their footprints in the Middle East, while the United States’ role is becoming more uncertain. The EU must now confront this new geopolitical landscape.

        • Misplaced Nostalgia for the Old West

          Judy DempseySunday, February 17, 2019

            This year’s Munich Security Conference ended as it begun: a bickering West reluctant to address the new geostrategic realities.

          • Judy Asks: What Is the Most Pressing World Issue?

            Judy DempseySunday, February 18, 2018

              Diplomats, parliamentarians, and journalists at the 2018 Munich Security Conference highlight today’s most consequential global threats.

            • Judy Asks: Is Europe Turning its Back on Refugees and Migrants?

              Judy DempseyWednesday, January 17, 2018

                A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

              • Judy Asks: Is the EU Putting Stabilization Before Human Rights?

                Judy DempseyWednesday, January 10, 2018

                  A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

                • Corruption, Not Terrorism, Is Tunisia’s Biggest Threat

                  Sarah YerkesFriday, December 08, 2017

                    The “democratization of corruption” is putting Tunisia’s transition at risk, affecting every level of the country’s economic, political, and security systems.

                  • Judy Asks: Why the Delay on an EU Migration Policy?

                    Judy DempseyWednesday, August 30, 2017

                      A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

                    • Unchecked Migration Continues to Splinter Europe

                      Andrew A. MichtaThursday, July 27, 2017

                        European governments should engage to tackle the migration crisis at its source, otherwise Europe’s already tenuous tolerance of immigrants will only decrease.

                      • The EU’s Shift From Transformation to Stabilization

                        Judy DempseyThursday, December 15, 2016

                          The European Union is no longer wedded to transforming its Eastern and Southern neighbors. Stabilization is the new priority.

                        • Judy Asks: Does the UN Matter?

                          Judy DempseyWednesday, September 21, 2016

                            A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.

                          • Conflict Is Key to Understanding Migration

                            Jean-Marie GuéhennoFriday, May 13, 2016

                              If European policymakers are to address the migration crisis effectively, they must understand that it is a crisis largely born out of war.

                            • Europe Still Looking Backward at Its Southern Neighbors

                              Judy DempseyWednesday, March 30, 2016

                                In its foreign policy toward North Africa and the Middle East, the EU is putting stability before human rights, as it did before the Arab Spring.

                              • Letter From Rabat

                                Aboubakr JamaiFriday, March 25, 2016

                                  The EU’s timid insistence on political reform in Morocco coupled with unrelenting financial and diplomatic support might have removed the incentive for reforms.

                                • Letter From Tripoli

                                  Tarek MegerisiFriday, March 04, 2016

                                    If European policymakers want to help stabilize and reorient Libya, they should recall the lessons of the five years since the country’s 2011 revolution.

                                  • Letter From Cairo

                                    Nancy OkailFriday, February 26, 2016

                                      The EU’s approach toward Egypt is based on misperceptions and false assumptions, and European support fails to reflect the country’s social and political dynamics.

                                    • Letter From Tunis

                                      Walid HaddoukFriday, February 05, 2016

                                        Despite over two decades of partnership, it is unclear whether the EU’s approach toward Tunisia has increased the country’s economic and social wealth.

                                      • Libyan Lessons for Europe

                                        Daniel KeohaneTuesday, February 02, 2016

                                          Libya is a rare security challenge for which Europe should take more responsibility than other external powers such as the United States.

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