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Bread and peace: Linking economic development with peacebuilding

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 04-02-2016

Economic development and peace are both needed by the 1.4 billion people living in fragile, conflict [...]


Storm in the Central Mediterranean: European priorities, Libyan realities

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 05-02-2018

Libya finds itself at the nexus of strident efforts by the EU to put a short-term brake on inward mi [...]


Jobs: A Tough Time to Be Young in Africa

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 20-02-2014

Africa s youth will double from today s 200 million to 400 million in 2045. Where will they find job [...]


The race to close the gateway to Europe

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 16-11-2017

Tasnim Abderrahim

As irregular migration to European countries continues, both the EU and its Member States have stepp [...]


Natural Resources

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 02-12-2013

Greater trade integration within Middle East and North Africa region is expected to happen through t [...]


SMEs' competitiveness for sustainable value chains

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 06-10-2016

SMEs represent the missing link to inclusive development. On average less productive than large firm [...]


Domestic Resource Mobilization and the Post-2015 Agenda

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 13-12-2013

As the debate about what replaces the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) heats up, it is time to th [...]


Are Global Value Chains Good News for Africa’s Industrialisation?

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 05-05-2014

International trade is changing. Modern communication technologies and falling transport costs have [...]


Mapping and comparing China’s imports from Africa

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 10-04-2014

China s rapidly growing economic presence in Africa is often followed with suspicion. A clearly visu [...]