Building a Sustainable Future for the Black Sea Area
Author: Sergiu Celac, Tedo Japaridze, David Kereselidze, Zefi Dimadama, Ilias Roubanis
International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS)
This paper argues that the global financial and economic crisis is having profound and long-lasting implications for the Black Sea area.
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Rising Tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean: Implications for Turkish Foreign Policy
Author: Ebru Oğurlu
Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI)
Recent developments in the Eastern Mediterranean risk turning the region once again into an area dominated by power politics.
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Transitions in North Africa in Times of Scarcity
Author: Francis Ghiles, Eckart Woertz, Hassan Benabderrazik, Omar Aloui, Abdelwahabben Hafaeidh, Youssef Belal, Sohbet Karbuz, Till Stenzel, Moulay Amazirh, Mahieddie Raoui
This report presents a number of issues for the region of North Africa.
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Leading from the Middle: Advocacy Opportunities for Asia Pacific Middle Powers
Author: John Hemmings, Ben Ho, Ha Anh Tuan, Gintare Janulaityte, James Brown, Lyndon Burford, Crispin Rovere, Mihoko Matsubara, Jaime Yassif, Maggie Yuan Ma, Christin Orr Shiffer
Pacific Forum CSIS
This report summarizes the key findings of the Young Leaders conference on the topic of Asia Pacific middle powers.
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Comparative Connections, Volume 13, Number 3
Author: Carl Baker, Jiun Bang, Brittany Billingsley, David G Brown, See-Won Byun, Aidan Foster-Carter, Victor D Cha, Ralph A Cossa, Bonnie Glaser, Brad Glosserman, Michael J Green, Chin-Hao Huang, David Kang, Ellen Kim, Satu Limaye, James J Przystup, Sheldon W Simon, Scott Snyder, Robert Sutter, Nicholas Szechenyi, Yu Bin
Pacific Forum CSIS
The reports in this issue focus on political and security developments in the third trimester of 2011, with economic issues also addressed.
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