Author profile: Mohamed Charfi

Mohamed Charfi holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Geneva (Switzerland) (2010) and a Master in European studies from the European institute of the University of Geneva. He is an Associate Expert at the think tank Africa21 (Geneva) and European Affairs Researcher at the Saudi Mission to the European Union (Brussels). Previously, he worked as a research assistant at the International Commission of Jurists in Geneva, and Translator at the International Committee of the Red Cross. His research expertise include comparative politics and European Union foreign policy, with special focus on the Middle East and North Africa.

Using Quantitative Methods: The Case of the Arab world

Using Quantitative Methods: The Case of the Arab world

The debate over qualitative, quantitative and mixed approaches is vibrant in the social sciences. Yet, Arab voices have been absent from the debate.

European Response to Security Threats: Limitations and An Alternative

European Response to Security Threats: Limitations and An Alternative

Hard-line security actions could be necessary to reassure the public and to prevent further strikes. However, they have proven their limits in the very recent past.

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