Francis Ghilès is an associate fellow at the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs.
Essaouira - To have Palestinian singer Loubna Salama and Rabbi David Menahem — both happen to be
The French parliament voted overwhelmingly to convert some emergency police powers into permanen
The election of former French Minister of Culture Audrey Azoulay as director-general of UNESCO
Since the death of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi and the collapse of his 42-year regime in 2011,
Three weeks after the terrorist attack in Barcelona, for which the Islamic State (ISIS) claimed r
In the two decades after the fall of Granada in 1492, the Spanish crusade against Muslims encroac
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has fully recast himself as the 21st-century model of the
Never have the influence of nationalist White House advisers, such as chief strategist Steve Ban
Two years before the revolts spread across Arab lands in 2011, the Turkish foreign minister, Ahme
“He’s a cat. You throw him through the window and he manages to fall on his feet.”
Britain is an economy on the brink.
British Prime Minister Theresa May implied recently that British cooperation with her European pe
The turmoil, not to say chaos and uncertainty that bedevil southern and eastern Mediterranean cou
The Fifth Republic, as it has functioned since 1958, has collapsed.
The book reads at times like a thriller — it is a tale of reform and reaction, innovation and bet
Authoritarianism is the norm in most Middle Eastern countries and many are turning away from dem
The Dutch election was seen by many in Europe as a potential bellwether for elections in France a
The Netherlands has followed Germany in banning rallies for Turkey’s referendum on a new constitu
Steve Bannon, the Trump administration’s chief strategist and former executive chairman of Breitb