MEPEI calls on the international community for lifting unilateral sanctions on Syria to facilitate humanitarian aid and to start rebuilding the Syrian economy. Due to the devastating earthquake that hit Syria on the 6th of February 2023, United States (US) and European Union (EU) relaxed their un
Book description: On a general note, this book assesses Iran’s role in contemporary geopolitics. In particular, it examines three main intertwining circles: Iran’s development and political challenges, based on its religion-inspired ideology, its relationships with neighboring countries (wit
The Middle East Political and Economic Institute (MEPEI) organizes the internship program addressed to students, researchers, and any other persons interested in the study of the Middle East and North Africa region. MEPEI interns are provided with the opportunity to do real work and complete assi
The Middle East Economic and Political Institute (MEPEI) welcomes contributions from interested researchers. Papers should be original and represent analyses of current policy topics that focus on the Middle East, namely (but not limited to): Foreign policy; Security architecture - MENA;
This book was published by Middle East Political and Economic Institute and Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies (IMESS), Tehran, Iran in October 2013 as the proceeding of the international conference “EU and the Middle East: Iranian viewpoints” held in Bucharest on October 23-24, 2013.
Multiculturalism in the context of the modern globalizing world. The Romanian narrative on pluralism and diversity This book was published by Middle East Political and Economic Institute in June 2017 based on the project financed by the International Fund for Cooperation and Partnership of the Blac
This report was published by Middle East Political and Economic Institute in February 2020 based on the project financed by the International Foundation for Sustainable Peace and Development. The book has the following contents Introduction Civil Society: Concept and Perspectives Case