Posts Tagged “EU”

EU boosts support for Libyan independence

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EU boosts support for Libyan independence

EU boosts support for Libyan independence Following the popular uprising in Libya in 2011, the EU made significant efforts, including through the diplomatic track, to assist Libya’s transition towards an inclusive and stable democracy and to support the UN mediation efforts in that process. To this end, the EU provides assistance to Libya and the…

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Run, run From the Jungle

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Run, run From the Jungle

Run, run From the Jungle This human drama is turning into a French political disaster on the eve of the presidential election (April, 2017), in the wake of the rising French anti-migrants and immigrants sentiment. By Abdennour Toumi On Monday, demolition crews under orders from French authorities began to take down the infamous Calais “refugee”…

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Anti-Muslim racism drives anti-EU push

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Anti-Muslim racism drives anti-EU push

Anti-EU leaders driven by anti-Muslim, anti-immigration racism in Europe join push to leave EU. “I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him, but for my own part, it was Greek to me.” In politics, making a populist decision that politicians might think it is a big deal, though the domino effect may be drastic for…

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EU boosts support for Tunisian democracy

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EU boosts support for Tunisian democracy

In the immediate wake of the 2011 Revolution, the EU pledged to support the Tunisian people’s transition toward greater democracy, freedom and social justice. EU support for transition in Tunisia In the immediate wake of the 2011 Revolution, the EU pledged to support the Tunisian people’s transition toward greater democracy, freedom and social justice. In this…

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Tunisia Quartet commit to partnership with EU

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Tunisia Quartet commit to partnership with EU

Tunisia Quartet commit to partnership with EU The representatives of Tunisian civil society, winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, reminded of their commitment to close cooperation with civil society in the European Union’s countries Five years after the Jasmin Revolution that toppled an authoritarian regime and its President, the representatives of the “Tunisian quartet” presented…

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