Podcast/ The EU and Fragmented Territories: How to Deal with Complexities in the EU Neighbourhood and Beyond
This episode of the JOINT podcast explores the obstacles faced by the European Union in achieving a cohesive foreign and security policy. Focusing on case studies from Syria, Libya, and the Horn of Africa (with a focus on Ethiopia and the Tigray War), Jesutimilehin O. Akamo (Research Coordinator at the Africa Peace and Security Programme […]
Paper/ Syria: A Multifaceted and Challenging Crisis for EU Foreign and Security Policy by Agnès Levallois, Can Kasapoğlu, Özlem Tür and Galip Dalay
The difficulty of delivering humanitarian aid in Syria, that emerged after the devastating earthquakes on the border between Turkey and Syria, particularly resonates with the observations produced by this JOINT Report authored by Agnès Levallois (Fondation pour la recherche stratégique – FRS), Can Kasapoğlu, Özlem Tür (EDAM) & Galip Dalay (The German Marshall Fund of […]
In this JOINT Paper, Agnès Levallois, Senior Research Fellow at the Foundation for Strategic Research (FRS), explains how the EU can address regional fragmentation, highlighting how this is a significant challenge for the Union as it undermines central states’ authority and distributes it amongst other actors – including non-state armed groups.