The war in Ukraine has affected the EU’s ties with the MENA countries, in a year characterized by the outbreak of new political and socio-economic crises but also by the emergence of renewed opportunities for cooperation and partnership. This event provides expert analyses and projections on the future of EU-MENA relations in times of global instability, economic uncertainties and the ongoing balancing of regional equilibriums, as well as on the challenges that lie ahead for the EU role in the region.
Dalia Ghanem, Senior Analyst, Middle East and North Africa, European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)
Hélène Le Gal, Managing Director for the Middle East and North Africa, European External Action Service (EEAS)
Eduard Soler I Lecha, Associate Professor, Autonomous University of Barcelona; Associate Senior Researcher, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB)
Valeria Talbot, Head of the MENA Centre, ISPI