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Policy papers

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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 [...]

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 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)

June 2017

The EU’s Constructions of the Mediterranean

By | June 15th, 2017|Categories: Policy papers, Publications|

Gathering the results of the three reports produced by Work Package 1 (WP1) of the MEDRESET project, which assess the EU’s constructions of the Mediterranean in the years 1970–1989, 1990–2002 and 2003–2017 respectively, this report provides a critical analysis of three major discourses that the EU-Europe employs regarding the Mediterranean: “the Mediterranean as a diverse geopolitical [...]

May 2017

MedReset Policy Brief #1: The EU’s Constructions of the Mediterranean

By | May 25th, 2017|Categories: Highlights, Policy papers|

How does the EU regard the space beyond its southern borders? How has it been framing the Mediterranean space throughout the last almost fifty years, i.e., ever since it embarked on the creation of a foreign and security policy? And how have these framing practices informed, shaped and possibly determined EU foreign policy practices vis-à-vis the [...]