A Europe united by its ethical
Sine Qua Non aims to foster the notion of Europe as a highly developed rights culture. This culture emerges from the Union’s development around the core principle of a universal humanism respectful of diversity, which was translated into the gradual construction of its legal order. Thus, the process of European integration saw the Union’s recognition of universal human rights as essential in providing moral guidance for its structural deepening.
of the facts on the ground
Identifying incoherencies vis-à-vis
Assessing the effectiveness of European
policies on the ground
for reorientation of European external action
Sine Qua Non rejects any form of discrimination and uphold the fundamental freedoms of the individual. SQN
champions tolerance without concession, condescension, or complacency.
tank which defends transparency at all costs.
Sine Qua Non upholds the right of everyone to express any opinion, in a spirit of constructive debate.
Sine Qua Non adheres and promotes the European rights culture developed around the core principle of a universal humanism respectful of diversity, which was translated into the gradual construction of the Union’s legal order.
SQN 1 :
Rethinking EU Foreign Policy in Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territory
Recent shifts on the political trajectory and the facts on the ground also changed the political status quo in Israel and in the oPt. This alienated EU policies from the new reality on the ground, as they are based on a situational logic that is no longer prevalent. Sine Qua Non has decided to address the resulting incoherence in its first case study, SQN 1.
Advocating for a coherent
European foreign policy in
the MENA region