MDI’s work helps shape policy on both sides of the Mediterranean and around the world. MDI staff and fellows have expertise in a wide range of subjects, from Trade to regional development, from security to development policies and from decentralization to energy issues. Their research and work in these areas is published in different media.
Organizing conferences and round tables are some of MDI’s most effective tools for advocacy that enrich the on-going debate about the future direction of the European Neighboring Policy, the negotiations of Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements, security issues, with a perspective from the Mediterranean countries, aggregating the positions and viewpoints from Southern stakeholders, decision-makers and experts as well as Central and Eastern European countries experience.
MDI’s events bring together some of the most influential U.S., European, and global political, corporate, media, and intellectual leaders to address pressing challenges currently facing the Mediterranean area in its transition towards democracy and reforms.
Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) — Two years after the fall of Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, the economic imperative for political stability in North Africa requires some bold and fresh thinking. One idea worthy of more attention is promoting regional economic integration. Commerce among the Maghreb countries — Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania […]
If the EU is to meet the mounting foreign policy challenges on its southern and eastern peripheries, it must first come to terms with its past policy failures. Read this article
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