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Webinar: Tunisia-Quo Vadis? The new constitutional reality, its impact and socio-political challenges

The first webinar of the Mediterranean programme at Platform for Peace and Humanity discusses the new constitutional reality in Tunisia after the suspension of the parliament, its impact and socio-political challenges in light of the Ukrainian conflict and broader geopolitical implications arising out of the crisis impacting the North Africa region.
 
Speakers:
  • Riccardo Fabiani – North Africa Project Director, Crisis Group
  • Sarah Yerkes – Senior Fellow, Carnegie’s Middle East Programme
  • Gordon Gray – Former United States Ambassador to Tunisia from 2009 to 2012, Professor of Practice at Penn State’s School of International Affairs
 
Moderator:
  • Filip Šandor, Director of the Mediterranean Programme at Platform for Peace and Humanity

We take deep dives into the Mediterranean region, distilling actionable policy recommendations, providing clear analysis to decision makers and supporting the Platform for Peace and Humanity organisational objectives.

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Algeria as an Energy Power in a New International System

Algeria as an Energy Power in a New International System

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In Conversation with Moti Kahana: Discussing the Israeli Philanthropist’s Background and His Significant Humanitarian Work During the Syrian Civil War

In Conversation with Moti Kahana: Discussing the Israeli Philanthropist’s Background and His Significant Humanitarian Work During the Syrian Civil War

Moti Kahana is an Israeli native, who moved to the United States in 1991 to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Arizona. Until 2009 he was a businessman in the automotive field when he decided to sell his own company and pursue humanitarian work on a global scale ranging from the United States, Syria and today, Ukraine.
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