Arab Spring

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As Tunisia continues to move forward on the path of democratisation and pluralism, the problems it may still face remain significant.

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One of the first lessons of a law student is that not only must justice be done; it must be seen to be done.

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Founded in Egypt in 1928 by Hassan al Banna, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is the oldest and most influen

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On March 27, the Centre for European Studies welcomed a delegation of the Alwasat Party (Centre Party) from Egypt.

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Tunisia has often been considered both the avant-garde of Arab democracy (having ousted authoritarian leader Ben-Ali already in January 2011), and

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European View is the academic and policy journal of the Centre for European Studies.

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An action plan for EU–MENA cooperation in the field of education should aim to (i) strengthen ongoing projects under the Euro-Mediterranean Higher

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In the aftermath of this year's revolutions, the EU has rightly recommitted itself to the support of democracy and human rights in the Middle East

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On 6 December 2011, the Centre for European Studies (CES), with the involvement of the International Republican Institute (IRI), had the pleasure o

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Elections will be held in Egypt between November 28 and January 10 and the political campaign already began at the beginning of this month.

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