Sarah Wolff is a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, and an expert on the Maghreb and European Union foreign policy.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaPolitical 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...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaTunisia’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...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?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...
Published in: openDemocracyUKIf 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.