Peter Seeberg is an associate professor and director of Studies at the Center for Contemporary Middle East Studies, University of Southern Denmark. Since 2009, he has also been director of the DJUCO-project, an academic cooperation project in Amman, Jordan, funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Seeberg teaches Middle East studies at the University of Southern Denmark and has published widely on the European Union and the Middle East, migration and security, Arab nationalism, political conflicts related to the Mediterranean region, and more. Diwan met with Seeberg in mid-April to discuss the continuing impact of the migration crisis on Europe, and to examine where Euro-Mediterranean cooperation is today, years after the Barcelona process.