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2016

   1. Bowers Analise, The Rise of Far Right Movements in the EP and the Creation of an Anti-EU Bloc;

   2. Camilleri Andrea, Climate Change Adaptation Policy in the EU - Challenges of Implementation in European    Islands;

   3. Caruana Angel, Analysing the Support for Eurosceptic Parties in the EU's Largest Member States;

   4. Ciantar Erika, The Question of Europe in British politics and the Brexit Referendum;

   5. Cutajar Luke Emanuel, The Effects of Governance on Foreign Direct Investment in the European Union;

   6. Ebejer Claude, The Role of Maltese Interest Groups in EU Policy Formulation;

   7. Fenech Gonzi Rachel, Malta's Compliance with EU and ICCAT Regulations to Ensure a Sustainable Fishing Effort for Blue fin Tuna in the  Mediterranean;

   8. Grech William, Aid Effectiveness in Malta's Overseas Development Policy - Trends and Policy Implications;

   9. Kotte Marcel, The Financial Crisis and Labour Mobility in the EU;

  10. Kristensen Majbritt, The EU's Circular Economy Package: Case studies and Policy Response in Agriculture;

  11. Spiteri Stefan, The Political Impact of Article 50 of the TEU on the EU with reference to Greece and the UK;

  12. Zammit Paul, The Implementation of the Youth Guarantee Scheme in Malta.

 

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 2015

  1. Abdilla Raylene, Rethinking the European Political Landscape:  A Cosmopolitan Approach;
  2. Bugeja Marie Claire, Party Identification in Malta;
  3. Chircop Lydia, Social Exclusion in Malta as an EU Member State;
  4. Cordina Joann, Perceptions on Immigration and Terrorism in Malta;
  5. Demicoli Alexia, The Implementation of EU Environmental Law - A Focus on Waste and Nature Protection in Malta; 
  6. Demicoli Keith, EU Migration and Asylum - A Comparative Assessment of EASO and Frontex;
  7. Ebejer Carl, A Shift in Power from the National Level to the ECB - The Implications of the Banking Union on the Maltese Domestic Banking Sector - the Regulatory Perspective;
  8. Galea Keith Robert, Issue Competition in Malta National and European Elections since 2003;
  9. Micallef Glenn, The Role of the General Affairs Council Post Lisbon and the influence of the rotating Presidency;
  10. Noret Isabelle, A Study of Interventionism after the Cold War - The European Intervention in Libya;
  11. Parsons Kathleen, The Place of Religion in the EU.
 

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2014     

  1. Abela Charlene, The Impact of Inter-Institutional Bargaining on the content of the EU Recast Procedure Directive;
  2. Azzopardi James, Euskal Herria - EU Membership and the Right to Self-Determination of the Basque Country;
  3. Azzopardi Lawrence, EU Development Policy to Foster Education in Small Island Developing States;
  4. Borg David, The Strengthening of the Effectiveness of the CSDP - Intergovernmental Versus Supranational Control;
  5. Borg Dorita, Euroscepticism and  European Election Turnout in Central and Eastern Europe;
  6. Borg Omar, The Impact of the 'ERDF Innovation Action Grant Scheme (Innovation)' on the Business Growth of Maltese SMEs;
  7. Bugeja Elaine, An Assessment of the Effectiveness of the EU's Regulatory Mechanisms to Regulate Credit Rating Agencies in the Wake of the Financial Crisis;
  8. Caruana Charlene, EU Membership and Malta's Policies to Reduce Youth Unemployment;
  9. Cucchiara Mariarita, The Transatlantic Relationship - An Analysis of U.S. Vacillations Towards the CSDP;
  10. Cuschieri Justine, Small Member States'  Influence on EU Policy-Making - The case of Asylum Policy;
  11. Dimech Jovanka, Differentiated Integration in the EU and the Impact of Economic and Monetary Union;
  12. Englebert Josephine, The Maltese Parliament and the Scrutiny of EU Legislation under the Subsidiarity Protocol;
  13. Grima Marilyn, Social Norms and Tax Compliance in Malta as an EU Member State;
  14. Mifsud Maxine, The Role of the Media on Party-Based Euroscepticism;
  15. Sultana Luke, Assessing Credit Cycle Extraction Methods for Operationalising the Countercyclical Capital Buffer in European Union Economies;
  16. Waszewska Joanna, Democratic Transition in Egypt and Tunisia since the Arab Uprisings;
  17. Xerri Matthew, The Implementation  of EU Climate Change Adaptation Policy Goals in Malta;
  18. Xuereb Branica, An Assessment of Climate Change adaptation in Malta's 2007-2013 European Regional Development Fund Allocation;
  19. Zammit Sarah, The Impact of the Small Start-Up Grant Scheme on Maltese Employment.

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2013

  1. Aquilina Francesca, The European Union Tourism Political Framework - Assessing its Contribution to Malta's Destination Competitiveness;
  2. Ben Mahmud Alaa', The Role of the Media in the Arab spring and its Contribution to State Building - The Case of Libya;
  3. Bonett Matthew, The Impact of the EU Membership on the Consolidation of Croatia's Democracy;
  4. Camilleri Albert Joseph, A Federal or Intergovernmental European Union? The Role of EU Precidencies 2000-2013;
  5. Falzon Mandy, World Order perspectives - An Assessment of the EU's and USA's Agenda towards China;
  6. Fenech Christianne, The Impact of Current Socio-Economic Challenges on the EU Migration Policy Agenda;
  7. Mallia Christian, Strengthening EU Economic Governance – Tackling Macroeconomic Imbalances and Lack of Competitiveness;
  8. Mallia Sergio, Cultural Participation in the Run-Up to the European Capital of Culture, Valletta 2018;
  9. Miceli Mauro, Lobbying in the EU Council, Commission and Parliament: Strategies and Organisations;
  10. Sciberras Kurt, Fostering Climate Change Adaptation and Development in the Mediterranean to Address Water Shortage - The Case of EU Funding to Libya and Tunisia;
  11. Scicluna Samuel, The Adaptation of Transatlantic Security Relations since the end of the Cold War;
  12. Tasker Shane Ronald, Climate Change Adaptation to Sea-Level Rise in the Mediterranean - EU Funding to Tunisia and Egypt;
  13. Vella Nicholas, A Comparative Assessment of Small State Economies within the EMU: The Case of Cyprus and Malta.

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2012 

  1. Al Ali Feras, EU Democracy Promotion in the Arab World: An Assessment in the Light of Recent Events;
  2. Bartolo Rachel, The Stability and Growth Pact Reforms and their Implications for Malta;
  3. Buttigieg Rhys Lee, An Assessment of 'Home Bias' in Public Procurement in Malta;
  4. Calleja Juliet, EU Overseas Development Assistance in the Horn of Africa:  A Focus on Climate change Adaptation;
  5. Costa Massimo, Policy Shaping and Decision Making – Malta in the 2007 - 2013 Council Negotiations on EU Cohesion Policy;
  6. Farrugia Sharon, Assessing shifts in the EU Financial Aid to Euromed Countries after the Arab Spring;
  7. Grima Sarah, Opportunities and challenges for Small States to Influence  the EU’s Policy-Making Process –  A case study of Malta and the Working Time Directive;
  8. Marielova Balchiklieva Petya, The Europeanization of Migration Policies in  New Members States - The case of Bulgaria;
  9. Seychell Mark, The Europe 2020 Strategy and Competitiveness: An Assessment from the Perspective of Selected Member States;
  10. Zammit Jessica, The EP Elections as an Indicator of the Crisis in the EU's Democratic Legitimacy Focusing on the Southern Member States.

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2011

  1. Buhagiar Jeanette,  EU Funds and the Management of Migration and Asylum in Malta;
  2. Camilleri Greta, Adaption to Climate Change in the EUand Water Management. An Assessment of Malta's Requirements and Policy Implications;
  3. Cilia Karsten, MEPs caught between European Political Groups and National Political Parties on Migration Matters;
  4. Cutajar Sean, The CJEU and the Right of Establishment of Companies in the EU;
  5. Grech Cain, An Analysis of the Impact of EU Membership on Trade Unions in Malta;
  6. Grima Daniel, Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaption into Maltese Policy Making: A Development Perspective;
  7. Mallia Maria, Vehicular Air Pollution: An Assessment of Impacts and Solutions within the Context of the EU Acquis;
  8. Mansueto James, The Economic Crisis in th EU as a Catalyst for Further Fiscal Integration. 

 

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2010

  1. Attard Alexandra, An Assessment of the Economic Partnership Agreements and their impact on the Trade and Economic Vulnerabilities of the Caribbean region;
  2. Borg Mark Anthony, The Setting up of the European External Action Service;
  3. Engerer Karl, Europeanisation and Maltese Interest Groups;
  4. Magri David, The Application of EU Law to Sport;
  5. Sant Estelle, Validating informal and non-formal Learning on EU Standards and Guidelines - An Audit of the Arts in Malta;
  6. Schaa Stefan, The Impact of the EU Directives Promoting the Use of Energy from Renewable sources and Energy Efficiency on Malta;
  7. Urpani Nighat John, The Role of the EU in Countering Terrorism in Pakistan;
  8. Vassallo Malcolm Luke, The Proposal for a Directive on Consumer Rights - Its Implications for Malta;
  9. Zammit Alison, The Transposed Employment Directive, the Proposed Anti-Discrimination Directive and Disabled Persons - bringing Legislation from paper to life;
  10. Zammit Doreen, Healthcare and Pensions for an Ageing Population - Malta's response within a Multi-tiered Europe;
  11. Zammit Sarah, The EU's Role and Soft-power Approach in the Middle East Conflict.

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2009

  1. Attard Sarah, Congruity Between EU and UN Efforts to Tackle Climate Change;
  2. Borg Claudine, An Analysis of the Importance of the Infringement Procedure in Assuring the Proper Implementation of EU Policies;
  3. Borg Josephine, The Challenges of Developing an Effective EU Communication Strategy;
  4. Borg Marvic, Assessing the Impact of the EU Regional Policy in Relation to Gozo with Particular Focus on Tourism, Agriculture and Fisheries;
  5. Borg Camilleri Joseph, Towards an Integrated National Maritime Policy for Malta in Light of its Membership of the EU;
  6. Buttigieg Clayton, The EU's Financial Instruments for Fisheries: Meeting the Changing Needs of the European Union's Fisheries Sector and the Effects on the Maltese Islands;
  7. Caruana Moira, The Global Challenge of the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the EU's Response;
  8. Galea Mariella, An Analysis of the Impact of the Investment Guidance Funds in the Agriculture Sector;
  9. Micallef Donna, An Integrated EU Approach to Urban Regeneration: Sustainable Urban Cities Under the Structural Funds
  10. Portelli Laurabelle, Negotiating Croatian Membership of the European Union. Is Membership by 2010 Achievable?;
  11. Sciortino Amanda, The Ability of Small States like Malta to Influence the EU Legislative Process;
  12. Seychell Diane, Article 43 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; And its Impact on EU Institutions;

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2008

  1. Attard Caroline, The Precautionary Principle in the European Union Environmental Acquis;
  2. Attard Reinhard, Tackling Racism at the Workplace;
  3. Callus Bjorn, The Europeanization of Political Parties: A Case Study of the Malta Labour Party;
  4. Camilleri Francesca, The Future of European Social Policy: What Expectations and what Recommendations?;
  5. Ferrigi Annalisa, The EU-3 and the Iran Nuclear Crisis - Is a Core Group in the CFSP a way of strengthening the EU's effectiveness in Foreign Policy?;
  6. Gauci Reuben, Relations between the EU and the Arab League: Prospects and Pitfalls;
  7. Khalil Mohammed, The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and Regional Integration in the Mediterranean Region;
  8. Pajic Milan, Judicial and Legislative Reform in Serbia: A Comparison with Slovakia;
  9. Scerri Marisa, A comparative Analysis of the Euro changeover in the new member states: best practice in ensuring a smooth changeover;
  10. Vella John, The EU's Biofuels Policy: An Evaluation.

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2007

  1. Agius Franca, Fiscal Sustainability and the Reformed Stability and Growth Pact;
  2. Borg Joseph, Democracy and the Democratic Deficit in the EU and US Political Systems: Issues and Remedies;
  3. Borg Patrick Anthony, EU-Emerging Energy Security Issues;
  4. Gatt Maria, The European Commission as the Prime Target of Interest Groups:  An Analysis of the Maltese Situation;
  5. Mizzi Ronald, An Energy Policy for Europe in the Face of Climate Change.

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2006

  1. Azzopardi Brenda, Implementing the Common Fisheries Policy in the Mediterranean Through Regional Co-operation and Regional Fisheries' Bodies;
  2. Azzopardi Robert, The Committee of the Regions: Effectiveness, Influence and the Maltese Experience;
  3. Barbara Natasha, EU Trade Defence Instruments : Protectionism in Disguise?;
  4. Bugeja Nicholas, An Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Maltese EU Policy Co-ordinating Mechanism;
  5. Buttigieg Alexander, Exploiting the Opportunities of EU Membership: the Contrasting Experiences of Greece and Ireland;
  6. Calleya Nadira, The Introduction of the Euro in Malta: the Effect on Price Stability;
  7. Callus Marixei, The Development of Entrepreneurship in the EU in terms of the Action Plan with particular emphasis on the Local Scenario;
  8. De Martino Mark, The European Neighbourhood Policy and Democratisation in North Africa:  A Study of Morocco;
  9. Facciol Justin, The European Economic and Social Committee and the Role of the Maltese Representatives;
  10. Fenech Andre, The Impact of the EU's Better Regulation Policy on Malta with a particular emphasis on the Business Sector;
  11. Fenech Valerie, Turkey's EU Membership and its Impact on the European CFSP;
  12. Galea Sandra, Integration amid Segragation: An Analysis of Immigration within the EU;
  13. Galea Roberts Neville, A Critical Assessment of the EU's ESDP: 1999-2005;
  14. Grima Alex, The Future of Trnas-Atlantic Relations in teh Light of the Conflict in Iraq and the Iranian Nuclear Crisis;
  15. Incorvaja Luke, Limitations of EU Policies against Terrorism;
  16. Said Janet, The Europeanisation of Interest Groups in Malta;
  17. Saliba Ivan Carl, The Influence of Federalism on the Process of European Integration;
  18. Saliba Norma, The Proposed EU Audiovisual: Media Services Directive: The Possible Impact on the Maltese Media;
  19. Scicluna Malcolm, Creating an Area of Shared Prosperity in the Euro-Mediterranean Region: How near are we to achieving it?;
  20. Sultana Jason, A Study on the Implementation of the Structural Funds in Malta 2004-2006: What Conclusions can be drawn?;
  21. Tanti Clint, Irregular Migration in the Euro-Mediterranean Area: An Analysis of Burden Sharing Practices and Malta;
  22. Vancell Ausonia, The Impact of the Community Doctrine of Exhaustion of Intellectual Property Rights on Manufacturers of Pharmaceutical Products;
  23. Vella John, EU Policies, Palestinian Reform and their Impact on the Middle East Conflict;
  24. Zammit Amanda, The EU's Foreign Policy in the Western Balkans - Symbolism or Substance? - The Case of Serbia-Montenegro.

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2005

  1. Azzopardi Jennifer, EU Anti-Terrorist Co-Operation and Civil Issues with Referrence to Spain and Britain;
  2. Bonnici Vanessa, The Tensions between National and Supranational Interests in EU immigration Policy: An Assessment;
  3. Callus Carine, Women's Human Rights in Turkey;
  4. Curmi Kenneth, The Dialogue of Cultures and Civilizations in the EU's Neighbourhood Policy;
  5. Delicata Martha, Protection of Roma Rights in the EU - A Case study of Italy;
  6. Farrugia Aaron, Welfare Policy Reforms in Contemporary Europe: The Ideological Shift in the European Social Democratic Parties;
  7. Farrugia Brian, Measures to Encourage Youth Employment in Europe;
  8. Farrugia Martin, The Impact of Norwegian Nationalism to EU-Norway Relations;
  9. Grech Ryan, The Evolution of Citizens' Rights within ambit of Free Movement in the European Union;
  10. Haber Cheryl, EU-US Cooperation: Vital Relationship in Combatting Poverty, Disease and Conflicts in Africa;
  11. Mallia Daniela, Enhancing the Maltese Tourism Sector through the use of European Funding;
  12. Moncada Stefano, The European Union Common Foreign and Security Policy: Strengthening Effectiveness within a New Geopolitical Framework;
  13. Psaila Fabian, Globalization of Financial Services: Fresh Challenges, Opportunities, and Benefits for the European Businessman and Consumer;
  14. Saliba Ludwig, Europeanisation - The Experience of the Maltese Political Parties;
  15. Savelieva Irina, Preliminary Studies on the Impact of Common Agricultural Policy on the Ten New Member States;
  16. Scerri Alison, Driving forward the European Union's Framework on Lifelong Learning in Malta.  An Analysis of the Implementation Measures taken;
  17. Scerri Annhelica, The ERASMUS Programme in Malta 2000-2004: A Comparative Analysis of Students' Participation with the other New Member States;
  18. Staines Stephen, The European Union as an Evolving Area of Freedom, Security and Justice with a Common External Policy, including a Maltese Perspective;
  19. Strezova Desislava, A Comparative Analysis of the EU and US Human Rights Policies in Foreign Affairs Focusing on the Middle East;
  20. Vassallo Cynthia, The Promotion of Women's Rights in the Mediterranean Region: The Effectiveness of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership;
  21. Vassallo Sarah, The Impact of the Proposed Directive on Services on the Internal Market;
  22. Vella Michelle M., EU Industrial Policy - A Comparative Analysis of the Impact of Enlargement on Three New Acceding Countries.

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2004

  1. Borg Emanuel, The Development of the EU’s Foreign Policy: The EU’s stands in the 1990/1 and 2003 Gulf Wars;
  2. Borg Kenneth, The Regulation of Noise Pollution in the European Union – A Maltese Perspective;
  3. Caruana Henri, Immigration Policies in the EU: Member States Achievements and Challenges;
  4. Chaneva Boryana, Status of the Roma Ethnic Minority in Bulgaria in the Context of Bulgaria’s Application to join the EU;
  5. Farrugia Joseph, The Development of a Venture Capital Market in the EU in favour of SME’s: How successful has it been?;
  6. Foley Margaret, The Role of Trade Policy in Promoting Conflict Prevention and Regional Stability in the Mediterranean Region;
  7. Greenland Cory,Trade Union Influences on Policy and Legislation in the European Union
  8. Jenkins Astrid, The Role of the Social Partners in Achieving the Goals of the European Employment Strategies – Issues for Malta;
  9. Mangion Doris, Challenges for EU’s Mediterranean Policy: The Lack of Foreign Direct Investment;
  10. Mizzi Kevin, Effective Management of the EU Structural and Cohesion Funds;
  11. Pevac Aleksander, The EU Regional Policy: Prospects on Economic Growth and Development of Malta;
  12. Psaila Alfred, Farmers’ Challenges within the CAP after EU Accession;
  13. Simms Page, Economic Convergence and the Prospectus for the EU Accession Countries.

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2003

  1. Azzopardi Stephanie, The Transatlantic Rift in the run-up and follow-up of the War in Iraq;
  2. Borg Carbott Greta, The Main implications of the War in Iraq onthe EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy;
  3. Dalli Miriam, Enhancing the competitiveness of tourism in the EU's Backward Regions under the EC Structural Funds;
  4. Grech Stefan, The Regulatory Environment of Civil Aviation in the EU: Implementing measures in Malta and the Level of Compliance of the National Airline;
  5. Sammut Diane, The Effects of EU Enlargement on Trade and Investment in the Mediterranean Region;
  6. Zahra Keith, Political and Security Aspects of EU-Russia Relations in the Post-Cold War Era.

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2002

  1. Meilak Elizabeth, The Irish “No" to Nice:  Irish Attitudes Towards the Treaty of Nice;
  2. Mifsud Robert, An Analysis of Information Campaign Strategies in the European Union: A Case Study of the Euro.

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2001

  1. Agius Muscat Andrew, EU Food Safety Regulations and the Poultry Industry in Malta;
  2. Attard Carmel, The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: Legal and Political Implications for Further EU Integration;
  3. Barbara Coleiro Doreen, The Implementation of Vocational Training and Education in Portugal and Ireland and the Proposed Vocational Training College for Malta;
  4. Bezzina Geoffrey, The Principle of “home country control” in EU Financial Services;
  5. Cordina Sharon, Euro-Mediterranean Political and Security Dialogue: What Prospects?
  6. Darmanin Gabriella, The Issue of Regulatory and Administrative Burdens of SMEs in the European Union:  What Action is the EU Taking in this Regard;
  7. Debono Anna Maria, European Union - Mediterranean Relations: Expectations and Experiences;
  8. Galea Silvio, Exchange Rate Policies in the Applicant Countries in Preparation for Economic and Monetary Union (EMU);
  9. Magro Jeffrey, The Economic Impact of EMU on the EFTA Countries;
  10. Mallia Gaby, EC SME Policy and the Maltese Furniture Sector;
  11. Mizzi Margaret, Implementing Council Directive 93/104 on the Organization of Working Time in the Maltese Labour Market;
  12. Pellegrini Petit Giulia, How effective have the European Union’s Annual Employment Policy Guidelines been in Relation to Youth Employment;
  13. Said Josef, Training and Development in Industry: An Analysis of Trends and Policies in the European Union and Malta;
  14. Spiteri Kerstin, The EU and the Creation of an Information Society in the Mediterranean Region.

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2000

  1. Barbara Peter Paul, The Italo-Maltese Neutrality Treaty in the Light of EU Membership;
  2. Brincat Ivan, The Electronic Commerce Directive and Cross-Border Trade in the EU;
  3. Cacciottolo Adriana, Television without Frontiers:  The EU’s Audio-Visual Policy and Malta;
  4. Fenech Reuben, Malta’s Membership in the European Union;
  5. Galea Michael, Neutrality and EU Membership: Irreconcilable Realities?;
  6. Pace Anton, Institutional Reform in the European Union and the Democratic Deficit.

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1999

  1. Bugeja Joseph, The Impact of EU Disability Issues on Malta;
  2. Cassar Daniel James, Tourism Policy in the EU: Its Economic & Social Impact;
  3. Cassola Edward, EU Malta Trade Relations: Electronic and Mechanical Component Exports;
  4. Depasquale Isabel, Europe’s Cultural Heritage and European Integration;
  5. Farrugia Victor, The effect of the EU Common Agriculture Policy on Maltese Agriculture: The Case of the Tomato Industry;
  6. Sammut Deborah, Enlarging the European Union;
  7. Vassallo Mario, Employment & the Liberalisation of the Telecommunications Sector in the EU.

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1998

  1. Azzopardi Marilise, Environmental Education Policies and Strategies in the European Union and in Malta;
  2. Briffa Stefan, The EU’s Regional Policy of Iceland: An Evaluation;
  3. Fenech Moira, Trade and Investment within the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership;
  4. Grech Keith, Towards sustainable cities in Europe: The Waste Management Dilemma.

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1997

  1. Bugeja Ivan, Human Rights in the European Union and the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership;
  2. Ebejer Ivan, The Maastricht Convergence Criteria and European Economic Monetary Union;
  3. Mifsud Joe, Anti-Drug Abuse Policies in the European Union;
  4. Muscat Joseph, Adaptation to the European Union’s Policies on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: the Case of Portugal and Spain.

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1996

  1. Barberi Simon Lee, The EU’s Contribution to the Development of Tourism in the EU’s Mediterranean Backward Regions and the likely impact on Malta in the Context of EU Membership;
  2. Mallia Stefano, The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership and Stability in the Region.

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1994

  1.  Apap Joanna, The Retired Worker, the State and EU Social Policies.

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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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