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In June 2016, France became the first industrialized nation to ratify the Paris climate deal reached in December 2015. So far, just 17 states –...
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Tunisia is one of the most secular countries in the Arab region, and it has one of the most developed education systems. Yet, young people from there...
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On 15 March 2011, Syria witnessed a movement of protests part of a larger Arab uprising. The scene soon turned into civil unrest. In consequence to...
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This blog originally appeared in Future Development. Note: This is an English version of my keynote speech given at the recent MENA conference...
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An increasing number of specialists are of the opinion that the Arab Spring and serious regional political disturbances (such as the war in Syria)...
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At a time when Europe is trying to restrict refugees’ access to its territory, it is essential to provide more support to the countries bordering...
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The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, conducted an interview  with Dr. Dawn Chatty, an Emeritus University Professor in Anthropology and...
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Algerian universities are in the midst of veritable transformation that is in line with the globalization of knowledge and higher education reform...
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Both rims of the Mediterranean region are facing today difficulties, from disarray to impotence, and violent extremism. Young people, bearing the...
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The UCLG-MEWA 2016 CONGRESS, “Migration, Culture and Gastronomy Summit,” was held in Gaziantep on 19-21 April. The migration referred to is, of...