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Luca Miehe, Stephan Roll

Three Scenarios for the Development of the Sisi Regime in Egypt

Development Dictatorship, Mubarak 2.0, or Rapid Collapse?

SWP Comment 2019/C 18, March 2019, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C18

Andrea Schmitz

An era is coming to an end in Kazakhstan

After the change of power in Kazakhstan, the signs point to continuity. But in the future, social moods could become more important. It cannot be ruled out that this will lead to more turbulent times for the country. A classification by Andrea Schmitz.

Point of View, March 2019
Ronja Kempin, Paweł Tokarski

Macron, the Yellow Vests and the National Debate

Playing for Time, Not Solving the Political Legitimacy Crisis

SWP Comment 2019/C 17, March 2019, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C17

Annegret Bendiek, Nadine Godehardt, Jürgen Neyer, David Schulze

Preventing digital trench warfare between the EU and China

Digital geopolitics is taking center stage in EU-China relations. What conflicts might be relevant in the next 15 years? Annegret Bendiek, Nadine Godehardt, Jürgen Neyer, and David Schulze present four scenarios.

Point of View, March 2019
Barbara Lippert, Nicolai von Ondarza, Volker Perthes (eds.),

European Strategic Autonomy

Actors, Issues, Conflicts of Interests

SWP Research Paper 2019/RP 04, March 2019, 39 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019RP04

Nicolai von Ondarza

The EU should insist on a long extension

After the renewed rejection of Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement and the symbolic rejection of a no-deal Brexit, the question about the extension of the exit process is now the main focus of the Brexit drama. Despite the risks, the EU-27 should only accept an extension of at least nine months, says Nicolai von Ondarza.

Point of View, March 2019
Annegret Bendiek, Matthias Schulze

Disinformation and Elections to the European Parliament

SWP Comment 2019/C 16, March 2019, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C16

Can Kasapoğlu

Why and How NATO Should Adapt to a New Mediterranean Security Environment

SWP Comment 2019/C 15, March 2019, 4 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C15

Martin Keim, Maria Pastukhova, Maike Voss, Kirsten Westphal

The Link Between Healthcare and Energy Supply

How Joined-up Thinking Can Lead to More Synergies Between the Two Policy Fields

SWP Comment 2019/C 14, March 2019, 7 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C14

Max Gallien, Isabelle Werenfels

Is Tunisia Really Democratising?

Progress, Resistance, and an Uncertain Outlook

SWP Comment 2019/C 13, March 2019, 8 Pages

doi:10.18449/2019C13

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SWP Comments

Judith Vorrath, Maike Voss
The Hidden Dangers of Falsified and Substandard Medicines

Developing Countries Are Most Affected by the Illegal Trade


Barbara Lippert, Erik Brandes
It Is Up to the Government

Political Lessons Learnt from the 2016 Brexit Referendum


SWP Research Papers

Paweł Tokarski
Divergence and Diversity in the Euro Area

The Case of Germany, France and Italy


Sabine Fischer
The Donbas Conflict

Opposing Interests and Narratives, Difficult Peace Process