Policy briefs are short-form articles that contain contributors’ main research findings and policy recommendations. These publications give researchers the opportunity to share their expertise on a particular topic regarding European action in a MENA country and to address relevant recommendations to policy makers.
by Julian Vierlinger
This paper explores the recent Lebanese protests and the position the European Union should take with regards to the economic turmoil Lebanon is facing. The designation of Hassan Diab to Prime Minister of Lebanon appears like a weak compromise. Yet, the resulting situation opens a space for productive EU policy aimed at strengthening Lebanese Civil Society. Learn more on Sine Qua Non’s policy proposals by clicking the title.
Advocating for a coherent
European foreign policy in
the MENA region