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May 25, 2016 / 0 Comments
Over the last couple of decades, it has often been reiterated that, since universities are amidst a knowledge-driven global economy, they are no...
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Algerian universities seem to have identified a vision, approach, and methodology with respect to the concept of governance, which is aimed at...
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Jasser, a 24-year-old Syrian man, and his family were forced to flee Syria in 2012 because of the bombings. He lost his mother and sister, his house...
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Both rims of the Mediterranean region are facing today difficulties, from disarray to impotence, and violent extremism. Young people, bearing the...
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May 17, 2016 / 0 Comments
For so long, celebrating Tunisia usually went hand in hand with celebrating its youth. “Tunisian youth were rather the solution and not the problem”...
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Plan Bleu, one of CMI’s partners, has recently finalized the Regional governance and knowledge generation project (ReGoKo), on behalf of Egypt,...
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The last two decades have witnessed a strong push for more university autonomy around the globe, paired with a request for higher education...
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U.S.-British anthropologist and Middle East specialist, Dawn Chatty, have been working on Syrian refugees’ crisis throughout the region. She argues...
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Apr 27, 2016 / 0 Comments
Five years after its political revolution, Tunisia’s government has acknowledged economic challenges, including a lack of foreign investment and a...
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The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has never faced such significant stress on its ageing infrastructure like it does today, with one of...

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