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Climate Change And Water Security In Morocco: Challenges And Responses — Study

Climate Change and Water Security in Morocco: Challenges and Responses — Study

Climate Change and Water Security in Morocco: Challenges and Responses Study In its latest report, World Resources Institute asserted that “the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is the most water-stressed region on earth”. It identified two categories of the most vulnerable countries to water security: that of the extremely high baseline water stress category (including mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries such as Iran, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Libya) and that of the high baseline water stress…

The Silent Mass Immigration: Family Reunification In The EU In The Light Of Recent Data

The Silent Mass Immigration: Family Reunification in the EU in the Light of Recent Data

The Silent Mass Immigration: Family Reunification in the EU in the Light of Recent Data Analysis Family reunification could be seen as a discrete and legal, yet demographically subversive mass immigration. While national and European laws, despite discrepancies, recognize the immigrants’ right to family reunification, law is far from grasping the complexity of the family reunification problem. In the following, we shall present some recent data on the family reunification in the EU, focusing on France and Germany, the two…

The Soft Hand Of The Muslim Brotherhood In Europe

The Soft Hand of the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

The Soft Hand of the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe Analysis The usual suspect of Islamic movements is Salafism and its jihadist offshoots. The obvious threat posed by this movement is addressed by the media as well as by decisionmakers. However, while Salafism threatens European democracies and values both socially and politically, it is not the only political force to reckon with. Other political and ideological non-violent movements – Sunni and Shiʻi equally – display agendas and actions that endanger European…

Burden Bearing, Burden Exporting: The Global Compact For Migration Seen From The Arab World

Burden Bearing, Burden Exporting: The Global Compact for Migration Seen from the Arab World

Burden Bearing, Burden Exporting: The Global Compact for Migration Seen from the Arab World Analysis Although The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is not a treaty, and, therefore, not a legally biding document, its endorsement by the United Nations (152 of its members voted in favour of the Compact on 19 December 2018) put it on the agenda of international affairs. Particularly, the Compact is likely to justify pro-migration global actions to dismantle further the…

Un Coup De Bluff: French Migration And Integration Policies Under Macron’s Presidency

Un Coup de bluff: French Migration and Integration Policies under Macron’s Presidency

Un Coup de bluff: French Migration and Integration Policies under Macron's Presidency Analysis Introduction Emmanuel Macron accessed power in May 2017 as a centrist president, supported by his movement La République en marche!, a centrist political party, which formed the government. Both Macron and his party emerged quickly and abruptly, in the course of 2016, out of the crisis of the French Socialist Party, and its difficulty to compete in the French Presidential elections of May 2017. Macron was…