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ISSN: 2280-4331 (online)

Director: Riccardo Alcaro
IAI Working Papers reflect the work being conducted within IAI research projects and areas of expertise and are aimed at stimulating reactions from other experts in the field. They present concise analytical and/or policy-oriented analysis of topical issues in Italian, European and global affairs. N.B. The first digits in the catalogue number indicate the year and the last two the serial number). Identification code IAIWP AA NN: AA=publication year and NN=number of order.
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Starting from 2018 this series continues as IAI Papers.

Is Europe to Benefit from China's Belt and Road Initiative?

Nicola Casarini
Roma, IAI, October 2015, 10 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|40

Burma Before the Elections

Zoltan Barany
Roma, IAI, October 2015, 9 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 13|39

The Outlook for Algeria

George Joffé
Roma, IAI, October 2015, 13 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|38

China's New Silk Road Initiative

Zhao Minghao
Roma, IAI, October 2015, 11 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|37

The Metamorphosis of Religion: North Africa in the Modern Era

Mohammad Haddad
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 12 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|36

Overhauling EU Policy in the Mediterranean

Daniela Huber, Maria Cristina Paciello
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 12 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|35

The Migration and Asylum Crisis as a Transformative Shock for Europe

Ferruccio Pastore
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 5 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|34

On the Road to Paris

Lisanne Groen
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 13 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|33

Who's Afraid of … Migration?

Stefano Volpicelli
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 25 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|32

Turkey's Evolving Migration Policies

Ahmet İçduygu
Roma, IAI, September 2015, 18 p.
In: IAI Working Papers 15|31