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So far medreset has created 45 blog entries.

October 2017

Assessing EU-Mediterranean Policies in the Fields of Industry and Energy from a Bottom-up Perspective

By | October 7th, 2017|Categories: Methodology and concept papers, Publications|

Work Package 6 (WP6) of MEDRESET project aims at evaluating the effectiveness and potential of EU policies and measures in industry and energy (including trade liberalization, broader energy policies, energy transition, renewable energy programmes and industrial cooperation initiatives) in light of the interests, needs and expectations of different bottom-up actors on both shores of the Mediterranean, [...]

Effectiveness and Potential of European Trade and Assistance Policies in the South Mediterranean Neighbourhood in the Fields of Agriculture, Water and Rural Development

By | October 2nd, 2017|Categories: Methodology and concept papers, Publications, Senza categoria|

MEDRESET Work Package 5 (WP5) aims at evaluating the effectiveness and potential of EU trade and assistance policies in the area of agriculture and water (including trade liberalization, EU-funded agro-food and water projects and cooperation initiatives) in light of different bottom-up actors’ interests, needs and expectations on both shores of the Mediterranean, with the purpose of [...]

September 2017

MedReset Special issue of Global Policy: ‘Reset Geopolitics in a New Age’

By | September 25th, 2017|Categories: Highlights, Policy papers, Publications|

The geopolitics of the Mediterranean region has changed dramatically in the twenty-first century, partly as a result of local state dynamics and partly as a product of transformational changes at the international and broader regional levels. As opposed to the early 1990s, the EU today is no longer the dominant or key actor in the Mediterranean [...]

Investigating Cognitive and Normative Frames of Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Stakeholders on Migration and Mobility Issues, in Their Relations with the EU

By | September 24th, 2017|Categories: Methodology and concept papers, Publications|

This paper outlines the conceptual and methodological guidelines for research in MEDRESET Work Package 7 (WP7). WP7 aims to develop a more sophisticated knowledge and awareness about the diverse frames, perceptions and priorities of a variety of stakeholders with regard to migration and mobility issues in the Mediterranean space, focusing on local stakeholders in four southern [...]

The Key Powers’ Construction of the Mediterranean

By | September 11th, 2017|Categories: Policy papers, Publications|

The geopolitics of the Mediterranean region has been changing rapidly in the twenty-first century, partly as a result of local state dynamics and partly as a product of transformational changes at the international and broader regional levels. The European Union is therefore no longer the dominant or key actor in this region and it now has [...]

MedReset Policy Brief n.2: ‘The EU and Geopolitics in the Mediterranean’

By | September 11th, 2017|Categories: Highlights|

This document summarizes the findings of MEDRESET’s WP2 on key powers’ (namely the United States, China, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Israel, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey) construction of the Mediterranean and identifies policy implications. Read the Policy Brief and react on MedReset Blog here: http://www.medreset.org

MedReset Policy Brief n.2: ‘The EU and Geopolitics in the Mediterranean’

By | September 7th, 2017|Categories: Policy papers|

This document summarizes the findings of MEDRESET’s WP2 on key powers’ (namely the United States, China, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Israel, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey) construction of the Mediterranean and identifies policy implications. MedReset Policy Brief n.2 (PDF)

July 2017

Review of Surveys on Euro–Mediterranean Relations, and an Introduction to the Elite Survey in MEDRESET

By | July 21st, 2017|Categories: Methodology and concept papers, Publications|

With the dramatic changes in the political sphere of the Mediterranean countries, new challenges have emerged in the existing framework of relations between the EU and its southern neighbours. In order to thoroughly understand how the EU practices have affected the Mediterranean countries, and identify the outcomes of the adopted policies, MEDRESET introduces the Elite Survey [...]

Israel’s Discourses and Practices in the Mediterranean Since 2001

By | July 13th, 2017|Categories: Publications, Working papers|

Israel constructs the Mediterranean according to a Manichean schema whereby it classifies the countries which constitute the area as either nations it considers allies or nations and socio-political movements it considers threatening. Furthermore, in certain cases, this construction leaves space for attempting to move countries from the latter category to the former. For the former, the [...]

The EU’s Democracy, Human Rights and Resilience Discourse and Its Contestation

By | July 7th, 2017|Categories: Methodology and concept papers, Publications|

MEDRESET Work Package 4 (WP4) aims at evaluating the effectiveness of EU policies on democracy promotion and human rights in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEM) region from the perspective of bottom-up actors’ interests, needs, perceptions and expectations, both at the local and the EU level, with the purpose of identifying inclusive, responsive and flexible policy [...]