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Démocratie : le Liban à la septième place sur dix pays arabes

Un rapport publié récemment par le centre de recherches Arab Reform Initiative (ARI) sur la démocratie dans une dizaine de pays arabes en 2014 et 2015 montre un net recul de la vie démocratique et une incapacité à mettre en place un réel changement dans le monde arabe et notamment au pays du Cèdre. Il s'agit du cinquième rapport du genre publié par l'ARI.

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Arab Democracy Index covers by Morocco World News

Morocco World News covers Arab Democracy Index 5

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Morocco Tops Arab Democracy Index

THE NORTH AFRICA POST covers the Arab Democracy Index

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Syrie : monsieur le Président, ne tombez pas dans le piège de Vladimir Poutine à Versailles

Par Bassma Kodmani, Directrice exécutive de l’Arab Reform Initiative et membre de la délégation de l’opposition syrienne pour les négociations de paix

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Has Syria's opposition lost to Assad?

Aljazeera interviews Bassma Kodmani, about the civil war in Syria, the deadliest conflict so far in the 21st century.
 

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Bassma Kodmani 4 News Interview

Bassma Kodmani, who is a member of the official Syrian opposition delegation of negotiators and founded the Arab Reform Initiative.

 

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Bassma Kodmani writes about What Syria’s freedom-fighters need now
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Bassma Kodmani on CBC Radio
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Syrian opposition 'fed up with terrorists', seeks help against Assad

ARI executive director and member of the Syrian opposition negotiating delegation for the Geneva IV conference on Syria Bassma Kodmani speaks during an interview with Reuters in a hotel in Geneva, Switzerland, February 25, 2017. 

 

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UNU-GCM's monthly newsletter

UNU Vice-Rector visit and Advisory Board meeting

 
UNU-GCM was very pleased to welcome UNU Vice-Rector Max Bond to the Institute from 26th-28th October 2016. During his visit, Mr. Bond met with the Institute’s stakeholders, the UNU-GCM team and the Advisory Board. The Institute was also glad to welcome Ms. Anna Terrón Cusí, Dr.Sally Khalifa Isaac and Dr. Salam Kawakibi, members of the Advisory Board, to the annual Board meeting in Barcelona, which took place on 28th October 2016. The meeting was a valuable opportunity to discuss the progress of the Institute’s work. UNU-GCM thanks all Board members for their continued guidance and support.
 
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