Julien Barnes-Dacey - 4 July, 2016
Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey have so far been resilient to the spillover from Syria’s civil war, but now the region's stability is hanging by a thread.
Mattia Toaldo & Mary Fitzgerald
- 19 May, 2016
In Libya there are very few truly national actors, the vast majority are local players. This guide explains who the players are and what they control.
Mattia Toaldo - 13 May, 2016
The unity government offers the best chance of stabilising Libya, stemming refugee flows and pushing back ISIS, and Europe should focus on strengthening it.
Anthony Dworkin - 18 February, 2016
Five years after the Arab uprisings in North Africa, the EU needs to avoid an “either-or” mentality on stability versus progress
Dennison et al.
- 28 January, 2016
The sixth ECFR Foreign Policy Scorecard highlights the EU's diminishing ability to influence its neighbours, and the neighbourhood's growing impact on the EU.
Andrew Lebovich - 9 December, 2015
Despite speculation of crisis waiting in the wings, Algeria is making tentative steps towards opening its economy and confronting political transition
Julien Barnes-Dacey, Daniel Levy - 27 November, 2015
An “Islamic State first” strategy, that neglects the urgent need to secure political progress and de-escalation in Syria will fail.
Mattia Toaldo - 10 November, 2015
How the lessons of Libya can help European policymakers respond to the wider migration crisis
Adam Baron - 19 October, 2015
A multimedia exploration of Yemen's multi-faceted civil war.
Cale Salih - 14 September, 2015
Europe must prioritise diplomatic support for peace between Turkey and the Kurds as a pre-requisite for a successful strategy against Islamic State
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