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US Confirms Full Sovereignty of Morocco over the Sahara in Exchange for Recognizing Israel

  Moha Ennaji, a NESA Alumnus, is President of the South North Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Migration Studies in Morocco. His most recent books include Managing Cultural Diversity in the Mediterranean Region  and Multiculturalism and Democracy in North Africa: Aftermath of the Arab Spring. 8 January 2021 – Following recent developments in the Middle Read More >

Great Power Competition within the NESA AOR

  8 December 2020 – In the newest iteration of the NESA IOR Digital Series, NESA Professors Richard Russell, Brianne Todd, and Academic Dean Roger Kangas take a deep dive into how the concepts surrounding Great Power Competition apply to NESA’s Area of Responsibility (AOR). The final installment of the series for calendar-year 2020 was Read More >

Algeria, CBRN terrorism and WMD non-proliferation

  by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui Executive Chairman, Nord-Sud Ventures Consultancy Center and NESA Alumnus 7 December 2020 – Five days ago, the Algerian Government considered the creation of a National Committee to assess the risks of three malicious threats: the financing of both Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) proliferation and terrorism, and of money laundering. Read More >

Euro-Med Integration in 2020 and Beyond

  3 December 2020 – In the ninth edition of the NESA Alumni Virtual Interview Series, Mr. Roger Albinyana provides insights into the current state of the Barcelona Process, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, and the prospects and challenges for Euro-Mediterranean regional integration beyond 2020. Mr. Albinyana also discusses the prospects for US-EU relations Read More >

U.S. Concepts for the Indian Ocean Region

1 December 2020 – In the newest iteration of the IOR Digital Series, NESA’s Jeff Payne talks with Dr. Geoffrey Gresh, Dr. Joel Wuthnow, and Dr. Thomas Lynch, all of the National Defense University, on how the U.S. sees priorities in the Indian Ocean Region and what challenges need to be addressed on the horizon. Read More >

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