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The ACP and WTO: Ambitions in trade and development

Blog | Published on 16-07-2015

Alfonso Medinilla

By now the discussions on the future of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group beyond 2020 a [...]


Three trends in African development drawn from the east Asian experience

Blog | Published on 10-04-2013

This is a guest contribiton from Elsje Fourie* The assumptions and ideas that drive development poli [...]


What next for EU support to decentralisation in Latin and Central America?

Blog | Published on 24-06-2013

Jean Bossuyt

During the last decade, the EU has been supporting decentralisation reforms across the developing wo [...]


“The Times They Are A-Changin”

Blog | Published on 08-03-2013

Geert Laporte

++ SERIES: BUILDING THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK++Views from African consultations on the pos [...]


Are Africa and Europe Turning a New Page in Their Relationship?

Blog | Published on 11-04-2014

Faten Aggad-Clerx | James Mackie

Seeking to understand the potential impact of a Summit immediately after the event is a perilous tas [...]


How Will the EU's Private Sector Strategy Play Out?

Blog | Published on 18-06-2014

Bruce Byiers

Having spent an average of €350 million ($477 million) per year on private sector development over [...]


#EUGlobalStrategy 2016

Blog | Published on 16-10-2015

The new EU global strategy will guide European external action for the best part of a decade. It is [...]


FFD3 – a steady start to a rocky road ahead?

Blog | Published on 17-07-2015

James Mackie

If the degree of consensus achieved in the Third Financing for Development Conference (FFD3) process [...]


Five key facts on Financing for Development

Blog | Published on 09-07-2015

James Mackie

For positive development outcomes, both developed and developing countries need to ensure the right [...]


What you shouldn’t have missed in 2015 - A chance to catch up

Blog | Published on 18-12-2015

Nina Thijssen

The year 2015 was a big year for international development and ACP-EU and Africa-EU relations. What [...]