The Carnegie Europe Foundation hosted a public discussion to take stock of the current political dynamics in Europe’s neighborhoods and consider what foreign policy challenges the EU faces over the next five years.
How can practitioners identify the risks and tipping points that they were not expecting? EU-LISTCO’s scenario-based foresight methodology brings together regional experts and policy makers in collaborative workshops to address this challenge.
Workshop | Identification of Areas of Limited Statehood and Contested Orders in the EU's Surroundings
EU-LISTCO analyzes dynamics between states, local actors and external/regional powers in the EU’s neighbourhood to identify areas of limited statehood and contested orders.
Although most policy attention focuses on the causes of radicalisation, the case of Egyptian and Tunisian Islamists raises an equally important question: why has only a small minority turned to violence?
Beyond Smuggling: Tunisia’s on-the-ground responses and perspectives to EU’s counter-smuggling practices
How do Tunisian people conceptualize mobility and smuggling, given the very lack of legislation criminalizing the practice in that country?
The European Union’s neighbourhood is increasingly characterised by two main sources of risks: areas of limited statehood and contested orders. What are the implications for European security?
Which are the most pertinent challenges the EU and its member states are facing at the moment in their neighbourhoods?