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About Sarah Wolff

Sarah Wolff is a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, and an expert on the Maghreb and European Union foreign policy.

Articles by Sarah Wolff

This week's editors

Cat Tully and Allie Bobak introduce this week's theme: Participation and foresight – putting people at the heart of the future

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Political Islam in Morocco: a royal affair

The recent events in Morocco prove that Islam, even political, remains the affair of the monarchy which has secured foreign support through an ambitious African and religious diplomacy.

Tunisia’s forthcoming elections: transition at risk and arms sales won’t rescue

The mounting social and security risks should prompt the west to engage with all segments of Tunisian society to thwart the rise of sectarianism and polarization, looming in the rest of the Middle East and North Africa.

Beyond Lampedusa: from the globalisation of indifference to collective mobilisation?

If we could think and mobilize globally for the environment, what exactly is it that impedes the international community from doing the same for migration?

If not the EU, who will Britain blame for its democratic deficit?

Debating the ‘in-or-out’ question is only a smokescreen hiding the elephant in the room: the state of national democracy.

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