Gibraltar's decision to terminate permission for the Aquarius to conduct operations in the Mediterranean is the latest example of national politics undermining rescue at sea.
The Sea-Watch 3 vessel has been prevented from leaving Malta to continue its search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean.
More than 320 coworking spaces were identified in the regions studied during the COWORKMed project.
Migration is central to Mediterranean history and people have always moved between its two shores.
When we think of migrants, we think of them crossing the Mediterranean to come to Europe. Yet 200 years ago, many did it the other way.
Growing grapes and making wine come with a lot of implications about a culture's capabilities. Apparently, Sicily of 6,000 years ago was more sophisticated than archaeologists had given it credit for.
Accused of cooperating with smugglers, NGOs defend migrants’ right to life and point to the inadequate policies of European states.
There is an assumption that migrants are pulled to Europe as a 'destination' of choice. New research shows that often isn't the case.
There are fundamental differences between Libya and Turkey, when it comes to returning migrants.
A military option will be a lucrative one for smugglers.
Although Ecowas and the AU made sure that Yahya Jammeh stepped down after losing the elections in The Gambia, caution is warranted in assuming this heralds a trend against African dictatorships.
The 60,000 people currently stuck in Greece will probably have to stay there. The EU should help them integrate.
İzmir, Turkey's third largest city, is a pit stop for Syrians headed to Europe – but for more and more of them, it's becoming a home.
Why it is so difficult to find planes in water, even ones of vastly different sizes.
Border agency Frontex recently reported that an unprecedented 710,000 migrants had entered the EU this year. Something didn't ring true for Nando Sigona.
By focusing on people traffickers, leaders are spinning a dangerous narrative about this crisis.
Migrants and refugees are placed under constant scrutiny once they arrive in the EU. But what happens to those who don't survive the journey is a different story.
Imagine building a dam across the Strait of Gibraltar and draining the Mediterranean in order to generate vast amounts of hydroelectricity and create fertile new lands.
Europe always prefers to overlook its colonial past – but now it's becoming unavoidable.
The sea straddles two tectonic plates and is lined by large towns and cities. We need to take the tsunami threat seriously.