Anthony Dworkin - 25 March 2019
ECFR Senior Policy Fellow Anthony Dworkin's research trip to Algiers sheds light on protestors' visions for political reform in Algeria.
Anthony Dworkin - 26 February 2019
European governments are avoiding international obligations to take their own citizens back. And the Trump administration has noticed.
Anthony Dworkin - 15 February 2019
The optics of the EU-Arab League summit could prove difficult for European leaders. Yet they barely agree on what they themselves want from it
Anthony Dworkin - 21 January 2019
Strikes and elections are raising the tension in Tunisian society and politics. The socio-economic divisions that led to the 2011 revolution still afflict the country and are causing increased public disaffection.
Anthony Dworkin - 21 September 2018
As European governments look to Egypt as a partner, the country's human rights record continues to suffer with an escalating use of executions
Anthony Dworkin - 27 March 2018
Sisi is eager for international endorsement. European leaders should withhold it.
Anthony Dworkin - 13 December 2017
The policy is certainly morally questionable, but is it also unlawful?
Anthony Dworkin - 01 December 2017
Egypt’s government is not currently a constructive partner for the West in fighting violent extremism
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.
Anthony Dworkin - 23 December 2016
We may need to lower our expectations and recognise the inherent limitations and trade-offs of seeking to reduce atrocities overseas.
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