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Russian Energy Interests In Libya
Apr 2, 2019
The long path to restore a functioning state system in Libya
Libya, the (unreachable) stabilization
France, forging a Libya strategy
Rif protests, sign of a wider discontent?
From Libya to Egypt, the changing dynamics of the migration routes
Libya has always been one of the main departure points both for economic migrants and asylum seekers coming from…
Conflict prevention in the Mediterranean region
Conflict genesis The word ‘conflict’ refers to some form of friction arising within a community, when its…
Algeria: the tandem government-army in a long term status quo
Algeria: the tandem government-army The delicate health condition of the Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika…
Defining a new Italian role in Libya
In recent weeks, the Italian diplomacy tightened its bilateral relations with Tobruk in the attempt for a difficult…
Morocco: a bridge between the Arab world and the Western society?
Since 2011, when the wind of the revolution spread in many North African and Middle East countries, the MENA region…
Deadlock in Libya: a shifting regional balance?
In recent months, we have seen Russia being solicited by renegade general Haftar in order to receive military…
Morocco rejoins African Union: why is Rabat looking south?
Back in the African family On January 31st, 2017, Morocco became the 55th member of the African Union…
Trump Administration on the Middle East: what strategies?
The election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of United States is changing the worldwide equilibrium set up by…
Trump effect on climate talks: no turning back on Paris Agreement
World leaders of almost 200 countries met during the 22nd climate change summit, COP22, in Marrakech, Morocco…
COP22 in Marrakech: an Interlocutory Conference after Paris
Making the voices of the most vulnerable countries to climate change heard, in particular African countries and…