Europe in the World

Green Diplomacy Network – What is in a name?
29 February 2016
Balazs Ujvari (Egmont-EPC Research Fellow)

Can the EU’s climate diplomacy serve as a model?


Europe's refugee/migrant crisis: can 'illiberal' Turkey save 'liberal Europe' while helping Syrian refugees?
19 February 2016
Kemal Kirişci (TUSIAD Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution)

Close cooperation between Turkey and the EU on the refugee crisis could be a win-win for all


Iranian-Saudi tensions: the energy dimension
9 February 2016
David Ramin Jalilvand (Researcher in the Middle East and North Africa Department, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Berlin)

The possible side effects of Iran-Saudi Arabia competition on Europe’s energy market


Nagorno-Karabakh and the arc of crises on Europe's borders
3 February 2016
Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst) and Dennis Sammut (Member of the EPC's Strategic Council; Director, LINKS)

The EU should play a more active role in trying to solve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict


EUSpring | Women's political participation in Tunisia
21 January 2016
Nihel Ben Amar (Professor at Ecole Nationale des Ingénieurs de Tunis; President of Tunisie vote)

Increasing the participation of women in political life in Tunisia


EUSpring | Shall Tunisia Succeed in Becoming a Strong Democratic State?
14 December 2015
Afifa Ayadi (Student at Ecole Supérieur des Sciences et Techniques de la santé de Monastir (ESSTSM)) and Hamadi Redissi (Professor of Political Sciences at University al-Manar of Tunis)

The future of democracy in Tunisia


‘Blue Gold’ - The forgotten rationale for climate action
11 December 2015
Andrea Frontini (Policy Analyst) and Annika Hedberg (Senior Policy Analyst)

Water should be a reason and an area for climate action


End of an energy honeymoon: what’s next for Russia-Turkey energy relations?
7 December 2015
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

The demise of Turkish Stream


REACHING FOR BLUE GOLD - How the EU can rise to the water challenge while reaping the rewards
30 November 2015
Toutia Daryoush (Former Programme Assistant at the EPC), Andrea Frontini (Policy Analyst), Annika Hedberg (Senior Policy Analyst) and Romain Pardo (Policy Analyst)

Water matters – it’s in the EU’s interest to manage the water challenge in Europe and beyond


EUSpring | Did Egypt's Parliamentary Election just trump citizens’ rights?
19 November 2015
Ragab Saad (Senior Researcher at the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS))

The 2015 parliamentary elections in Egypt will further consolidate President Sisi's one-man rule 


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