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Newsletter 7

N. 7, May 2014  English Version (see Arabic version below) ColumnMediter and the wall of knowledgeBy Victor MatteucciThe editorial is available on Mediter Website   NEW! Arab version of Mediter websiteThe new linguistic version was conceived to meet needs and expectations of partners of Euromediter network and to share knowledge, news and opportunities among all stakeholders in the Mediterranean area.Social Media ...

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النشرة الإخبارية

N. 6, January 2014 Neighbourhood Funds for Peace Process in the Middle East. Deadline 24 of JanuaryCall for applications and directives are available on Mediter websiteA new Action Plan 2013-2017 for EU and Morocco Press release available on Mediter website Morocco, agreements to support programs in the fields of public management and financing, employment Press release available on Mediter website   Mass MediaWomen’s ...

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Newsletter 6

N. 6, January 2014 Neighbourhood Funds for Peace Process in the Middle East. Deadline 24 of JanuaryCall for applications and directives are available on Mediter website A new Action Plan 2013-2017 for EU and Morocco Press release available on Mediter website Morocco, agreements to support programs in the fields of public management and financing, employment Press release available on Mediter website   Mass ...

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Newsletter 6

N. 6, January 2014 Neighbourhood Funds for Peace Process in the Middle East. Deadline 24 of JanuaryCall for applications and directives are available on Mediter website A new Action Plan 2013-2017 for EU and Morocco Press release available on Mediter website Morocco, agreements to support programs in the fields of public management and financing, employment Press release available on Mediter website   Mass ...

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Syria’s Predicament: State (de-)Formation and International Rivalries

Introduction The Syrian uprising, which emerged as a peaceful protest against Bashar Asad’s regime in March 2011, has transformed into a fully-fledged civil war. The civil war has so far cost the lives of more than 190,000 people, turned more than three million people into refugees, and damaged most of Syria’s economic infrastructure. More detrimental and consequential for Syria’s political future, however, ...

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Syria’s Predicament: State (de-)Formation and International Rivalries

Introduction The Syrian uprising, which emerged as a peaceful protest against Bashar Asad’s regime in March 2011, has transformed into a fully-fledged civil war. The civil war has so far cost the lives of more than 190,000 people, turned more than three million people into refugees, and damaged most of Syria’s economic infrastructure. More detrimental and consequential for Syria’s political future, however, ...

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