IEMed article – New Power Struggles in the Mediterranean

August 7, 2020
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Twenty-five years after the Barcelona Declaration and the launch of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, the European Union is facing an exceptional situation in its Mediterranean southern neighbourhood. Although it was already facing enormous challenges such as migration management and the ongoing conflicts in Syria and Libya, the EU will have to deal with the growing presence in the region of new international actors with their own interests in the post-Covid-19 era.
Read online an article of the forthcoming IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook 2020 that addresses the new power struggles in the Mediterranean as a result of the irruption in the region of Turkey and Russia.


IEMed article - New power struggles in the Mediterranean
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