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Jean Monnet Chair

An Evolving EU Engaging a Changing Mediterranean Region

The Jean Monnet Chair at the Institute for European Studies, University of Malta, is held by Professor Roderick Pace who is also the Institute’s Director. The Jean Monnet Chair is one of the projects supported by the European Union’s Jean Monnet Programme.

The theme of the Jean Monnet Chair is ‘An evolving EU engaging a changing Mediterranean region’. The Chair is involved in leading research and discussion on the different aspects of change taking place in the Euro-Mediterranean region. Seven working teams, composed of academics, students and members of civil society, are being engaged in exploring the various issues related to the evolving situation in the Mediterranean region. Developments on both shores of the Mediterranean region interact and are often interrelated. The working teams are led by a resident academic from the Institute for European Studies.

The project focuses on a number of areas of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, including state-building; democratic change and economic transition following the Arab Spring; the institutional dynamics of the region; and other pertinent horizontal issues, such as energy, climate change, and migration.

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Synopsis - Public Lecture by Prof. Michelle Pace

Can the European Union Feel? When Political Psychology Encounters Foreign Policy – public lecture by Professor Michelle Pace at the European Documentation Centre (hosted by the Institute for European Studies, University of Malta)









Joint Policy Study on migration
EuroMeSCo Joint Policy Study 4: Migrants and Refugees. Impact and Policies.  Case Studies of Jorda, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece

Article by Prof. Roderick Pace
EuroMeSCo Policy Brief 65: The Trust Fund for Africa: A Preliminary Assessment

Jean Monnet Occasional Paper Series no. 14
Governance in the EU Member States – Evidence from Three Global Indicators by Professor Lino Briguglio



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