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  1. Focus sur le gazoduc Maghreb-Europe Francis Perrin Posted : September 15, 2021

    La récente rupture des relations diplomatiques entre l’Algérie et le Maroc a remis au centre de l’actualité un important projet gazier, le gazoduc Maghreb-Europe (GME), dont on ne parlait plus beaucoup depuis un bon moment. Qu’est-ce que le GME et que représente-t-il en termes de flux gaziers ?

  2. Investing in China: myths and realities Uri Dadush Posted : September 14, 2021

    Concerns are real, but the country fares as well as peers at similar levels of development

  3. Revitalizing the Africa-EU Partnership Hamza Mjahed Posted : September 14, 2021

  4. As Reliable as Kalashnikovs Helmut Sorge Posted : September 13, 2021

    When Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez tested positive for COVID-19 on his 62nd birthday, April 2, 2021 it might not have seemed unusual when there have been almost 200 million cases worldwide.

  5. Le mécanisme européen d’ajustement carbone aux frontières risque de faire plus de mal que de bien Uri Dadush Posted : September 06, 2021

    L’Union européenne (UE) a annoncé le 14 juillet une proposition de taxe carbone à ses frontières, qui devrait renchérir les importations de produits fortement émetteurs (acier, aluminium, ciment, électricité et engrais). Cette même taxe est déjà appliquée au sein de l’UE, qui veut désormais l’imposer aux fabricants étrangers.

  6. Confronting the Impossible Without Fear of Dealing With the Worse Helmut Sorge Posted : August 30, 2021

    There is not much of an argument: some countries in mighty Africa faced and mastered the COVID-19 invasion as efficiently, or even better, than any nation on the globe, including former colonial powers in Europe. By June 2021, 140,400 Africans had died, compared to more than 500,000 virus victims in Brazil, or 600,000 plus in the U.S.

  7. L’Afrique ne représentait que 3-4% de la consommation mondiale d’énergie en 2020 Francis Perrin Posted : August 27, 2021

    Il est bien connu que le poids de l’Afrique sur la scène énergétique mondiale est faible, ce qui est le reflet de son poids économique. En 2020, en termes de consommation, la part de l’Afrique dans le total mondial ne dépassait pas 3% à 4%. De plus, cette part n’a que très peu augmenté au cours des dix dernières années.

  8. Africa for Africans Helmut Sorge Posted : August 03, 2021

    Pan-Africanism is a dream that never dies.

  9. Euromed Survey Results | The New EU Agenda for the Southern Mediterranean: Prospects for Morocco Nezha Alaoui M’Hammdi Posted : July 16, 2021

    Over 25 years after the launch of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (EMP) in the 1995 Barcelona Conference, the Mediterranean geographical area continues to be subject to the reflection and conceptualisation of the European Union (EU) with the aim of firmly establishing this strategic neighbourhood relationship and addressing the progress of the inherent challenges.

  10. Biden’s Surprises Uri Dadush Posted : May 17, 2021

    Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S. elections was widely anticipated, and much of what has happened since he took office on January 21 has conformed to his election promise. The progress he helped steer in vaccinations and repairing the pandemic’s economic damage is especially impressive. However, the first 100 days of his term have also seen major unexpected developments.

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