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The UfM accelerates access to higher education for displaced populations - 10/21/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. The Union for the Mediterranean approves the establishment of a Rapid Response Mechanism to promote access to higher education for displaced populations in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Libya welcomes the international community to Tripoli - 10/21/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

LIBYA. The new Libyan authorities are organising a conference in support of Libya's stability to obtain the support of the international community two months before the legislative and presidential elections.

The Bosphorus Strait, a bomb ready to explode € - 10/14/2021 - Gérard Tur

MEDITERRANEAN. The nationalism of the riparian countries, the economic and strategic stakes make the Bosphorus Strait a very sensitive site. The digging of the Istanbul canal could set the world on fire according to a study by the IHEDN

New Tunisian government to focus on fighting corruption - 10/14/2021 - Eric Apim

TUNISIA. After a reign without sharing of the president Kaïs Saïed since the end of July 2021, a new government was named in Tunisia led by Najla Bouden.

Akram Belkaïd: "Distrust of the Algerian regime has not disappeared € - 10/12/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

ALGERIA. On the sidelines of his virtual intervention at the Entretiens d'Euromed-IHEDN, Thursday 7 October 2021, Le Monde diplomatique journalist Akram Belkaïd deciphers for econostrum.info the current situation in Algeria and gives some perspectives.

Opposition to Kaïs Saïed's full powers makes its voice heard in Tunis - 10/12/2021 - Eric Apim

TUNISIA. A demonstration against the coup de force of Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed took place in Tunis at the call of the Ennahdha party and former president Moncef Marzouki.

Morocco has a new government facing huge challenges - 10/12/2021 - Eric Apim

MOROCCO. King Mohammed VI has appointed the new government. Headed by Aziz Akhannouch, it comprises twenty-four ministers including seven women.

Sousse gives way to Dakar to host the World Social Economy Forum in 2023 € - 10/07/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

WORLD. The city of Sousse (150 km south of Tunis in the Gulf of Hammamet) will not host the Global Social Economy Forum (GSEF) in 2023. Dakar, the only competitor to host this biennial event, has been awarded the organisation and management of the event. According to our information, the third Tunisian city - a candidate...

Promises, but still no horizon for EU integration of the Western Balkans - 10/07/2021 - Frédéric Dubessy

WESTERN BALKANS. Financial aid, promises, declarations of love, but still no progress in the accession process of the six Western Balkan countries at the EU-Western Balkans Summit in Brdo.

UN Secretary General calls for resumption of political process on Western Sahara - 10/05/2021 - Eric Apim

WESTERN SAHARA. In his annual report on the situation in Western Sahara, Antonio Guterres regrets a "greatly deteriorated situation" over the past year.

Antoine Viallet: "We must base our relations with the African continent on reciprocity" - 10/05/2021 - Interview by Frédéric Dubessy

AFRICA. Past-president of the Real Estate Club Marseille-Provence, vice-president of the Marseillais de l'Immobilier en Afrique (MIA'S) and member of the Africalink network, Antoine Viallet animated the 14th Real Estate Day under the theme 'Marseille Hub of Africa'. For econostrum.info, he reminds us of the importance of forging strong links with this continent.

EBRD and GEF to finance the transition to a circular economy in Turkey and the Western Balkans - 10/05/2021 - Eric Apim

MEDITERRANEAN. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Global Environment Facility are launching a new programme called the "Regional Circular Economy Initiative" for the five Western Balkan countries and Turkey.

Kaïs Saïed appoints Najla Bouden as head of the Tunisian government - 09/30/2021 - Eric Apim

TUNISIA. After several months of emergency rule and as many questions about his control over the country, the President of the Tunisian Republic has appointed Najla Bouden to form a government, "in the coming hours or day".
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