Andrew Lebovich - 05 December 2017
A shocking report on the apparent slave trade in migrants trapped in Libya has focused European attention on combatting smugglers. But ‘cracking down’ on migrant networks is not the answer.
Anthony Dworkin - 01 December 2017
Egypt’s government is not currently a constructive partner for the West in fighting violent extremism
Stefano M. Torelli - 10 November 2017
Explaining the recent spike in migration from Tunisia to Europe
Andrew Lebovich - 26 October 2017
UNSC delegation continues to focus on technical implementation rather than tackling political problems.
Andrew Lebovich - 08 September 2017
The recent high-level Paris meeting on managing migration from Africa still falls far short of resolving the issue.
Mattia Toaldo - 02 August 2017
Europe must use its diplomatic leverage to ensure that increased Russian involvement does not come at the cost of further destabilisation on Europe’s southern border.
Adel Abdel Ghafar & Mattia Toaldo - 05 June 2017
Ultimately, the road to stability in Libya does pass through Cairo, but most importantly through Tripoli and Misrata.
Andrew Lebovich - 24 May 2017
To foster long-term stability in Mali, the international community must not content itself with the implementation of technicalities.
Mattia Toaldo & Karim Mezran - 18 March 2017
The alternative is the resumption of fighting at the levels of summer 2014, which led to the establishment of ISIS in the country.
European Working Group on Egypt - 01 March 2017
Uncritical engagement with Egypt will not promote European interests, says EWGE ahead of Chancellor Merkel's visit to Cairo.
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