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Following the extraordinary events that have been unfolding across the Arab world, the EUISS has opened an online debate to discuss the implications of the Arab
democratic wave for EU foreign policy. The EUISS has invited academics, policymakers, think tankers and other influential voices from a variety of backgrounds
including from North Africa, the Middle East and Europe to contribute to this pluralistic online debate.
In the fallout of the Egyptian revolution, many linkages are being made between the revolutions in Egypt in 2011 and Iran in 1979. The author argues that the
backdrops and dynamics to each of these revolutions were too unique to their times to shoehorn linkages between them.
The Arab World and Europe - new challenges for the Union of the Mediterranean
by Risto Veltheim
Unemployment in North Africa has been growing for some time. The Union for the Mediterranean was designed to inject investment into the region, but has
largely fallen flat due to political problems. It could well see its end if the Middle East Peace Process doesn't get back on track soon.
Managing the migration of the Arab democratic
by Roderick Parkes
As Italy experiences an influx of migrants from Tunisia, EU Member States have been predictably more assertive about the EU's migration policy. The author
argues that the EU should focus on strengthening its classical foreign policy tools abroad while working toward a more harmonious migration policy at home.