In the wake of the Arab League summit that took place in early November in Algiers – providing an opportunity for an energy-emboldened Algeria to assert its regional influence – this Brief examines why the organisation has often been criticised for its ineffectiveness, and how the EU and the League of Arab States might improve their institutional cooperation.
This Brief examines how the rise to power of Narendra Modi as the head of the nationalist BJP has changed India’s politics and diplomacy, and analyses the implications for the EU’s efforts to pursue closer engagement with the country.
Despite the fact that Africa is well-positioned to become the world’s breadbasket, many African countries are plagued by food shortages. The final Brief in the Imagine Africa series focuses on the issue of food security in Africa and examines what approaches and policies could be pursued to achieve a Zero Hunger continent by 2030.
On 15 November, in cooperation with the EUISS, the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU and the European External Action Service (EEAS), organised an expert workshop on the Concept on EU Peace Mediation.
On 29 November, Giovanni Faleg spoke at a webinar on Japan’s policy towards Africa, organised by the Initiative Globale pour la Paix et la Sécurité en Afrique (IGPSA) and the Timbuktu Institute-African Center for Peace Studies.