Daniela Huber, MEDRESET's Scientific coordinator and Head of the Mediterranean programme (IAI) explains why and how the EU should become a more reflexive actor in the Mediterranean.
Asma Nouira, Professor of Political Science and Law at the University of El-Manar, gives a brief description of WP4 on the EU's democracy, human rights, resilience discourse and its contestation, with a particular focus on Tunisia.
Aybars Görgülü, Director of PODEM, gives a brief description of the Medreset's Elite Survey.
In MEDRESET’s final policy recommendations, aimed at the new European Parliament, Commission and High Representative, we propose that the EU should become a more reflexive actor in the Mediterranean. Three related steps are key to take into this direction: (1) Substance: Begin to have periodic screening reports of EU policies and the possible harmful effects they [...]
Tobias Schumacher (Chair in European Neighbourhood Policy at the College of Europe ) explains the main findings of Work Package 1. In this WP, MEDRESET consortium identified the EU construction of the Mediterranean and its own role understanding in this process.
Chahir Zaki, Associate Professor of Economics at the Cairo University, EMNES and ERF, talks about trade and industry in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Nicolò Sartori, Head of the Energy Programme at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), gives a brief description of the Medreset WP6 on EU-Mediterranean policies in the field of energy.
Research in MEDRESET has been pursued under two structural challenges, namely a structural inequality inherent in the consortium itself, as well as a rising revisionist (geo)political context. In light of these challenges, we advocate that the EU set up a Research Foundation for the Mediterranean and we also give recommendations for Horizon Europe. Read the [...]