North Africa and the Sahel region
Wolfgang Pusztai: North Africa and the Sahel region, AIES Comment 3/2022
North Africa, the unstable southern neighbor of Europe, is of particular significance to the European Union, not only because it is a hub and a transit route for migration and in part a hot bed of terrorism, but also because of its vast amount of natural resources. Since after the Russian invasion of Ukraine this importance has even increased. Algeria and also Libya have some capacity to increase gas exports, albeit, there is no way that they could replace the 175 bn bcm Russia was exporting to Europe in 2020.
Michael Cserkits: The coup d'état in Mali – Synchronizing African Facts with European Conceptions, AIES Fokus 11/2020
07.10.2020 / Mehr
Lívia Benková: Development Aid, Migration and Conditionality – The Case of the Marshall Plan with Africa, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies Policy Brief Analyses, May 2020
16.05.2020 / Mehr
Matteo Ilardo: Violent extremism in the Sahel. Countering vulnerability to radical narratives: towards a more pragmatic approach, AIES Fokus 1/2020
31.01.2020 / Mehr
Am 20. Mai 2019 organisierte das AIES eine Podiumsdiskussion an der Diplomatischen Akademie Wien.
24.05.2019 / Mehr