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Tunisia and the Neighbouring Countries: Common Threats and Shared Solutions

Events | Published on 01-06-2015

Faten Aggad-Clerx

By invitation only The third Tunis Forum - organised by the Arab Institute of Business Leaders - wil [...]


Chinese Investments and Employment Creation in Algeria and Egypt

Publications | Published on 24-10-2013

Faten Aggad-Clerx

Despite this assessment of China s trade competitiveness and its negative impact on North Africa ind [...]

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The mountain to climb: The key challenges ahead for the new AU leadership

Blog | Published on 11-10-2012

Faten Aggad-Clerx

The new African Union Commission (AUC) College will assume office on Monday 15 October. The election [...]


“Revolutions need to come from inside but transitions can do with support from outside” – So, what is the EU offering?

Blog | Published on 13-01-2012

Alisa Herrero Cangas | Faten Aggad-Clerx

In response to the Arab Spring the European Commission has proposed to create a new European Neighbo [...]


Is the EU’s new SPRING Programme so new? Commentary on the EU’s new package for North Africa

Blog | Published on 30-09-2011

Faten Aggad-Clerx

The European Union has been criticised for its slow response to the events that have unfolded in Tun [...]


EU support to governance in North Africa: The limits

Blog | Published on 18-03-2011

Faten Aggad-Clerx

Today, the EU finds itself in a delicate position as it reflects on its reaction to the uprisings in [...]