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MedReset Newsletter n.3 - November, 2017

MedReset is a consortium of research and academic institutions focusing on different disciplines from the Mediterranean region to develop alternative visions for a new Mediterranean partnership and corresponding EU policies. It aims at designing an inclusive, flexible, and responsive future role for the EU in the region based on the multiple perspectives of local and bottom-up actors.
MEDRESET is a project mainly funded under the European Commission's Horizon 2020 Programme for Research and Innovation with a total budget of 2,497 million Euros. It will run for three years, starting in April 2016.

First MedReset Policy lecture by Professor Tobias Schumacher, from the College of Europe – Natolin Campus, which focuses on the main themes of MedReset WP1. The WP1 (EU Construction of the Mediterranean) identified the EU construction of the Mediterranean and its own role understanding in this process.
Second MedReset Policy lecture by Anoush Ehteshami, from Durham University, which focuses on the main themes of MedReset WP2. WP2 (geopolitics) aims at assessing how EU policies still match the changing geopolitical configuration of the Mediterranean [...]
"Re-Imaging Mediterranean Geopolitics. The Role of Eight Key Powers"
"Chinese Official Geopolitical Cartographies and Discursive Constructions of the Mediterranean"
"Saudi Arabia's and Qatar's Discourses and Practices in the Mediterranean"
"Israel's Discourses and practices in the Mediterranean Since 2001"
"Turkey, the EU and the Mediterranean. Perceptions, Policies and Prospects"
"Iran's Discourses and Practices in the Mediterranean Since 2001"
"How Does Russia Conceive of the Mediterranean Space in its Official Discourse and Narratives?"
"American Discourses and Practices in the Mediterranean since 2000's. A Comparative Discourse Analysis"
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizion
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