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Not letting the immediate crowd out the important: Making the most of the upcoming AU – EU peace and security dialogue

Blog | Published on 09-12-2009

Andrew Sherriff

Contribution by Andrew Sherriff and Eleonora Koeb. On the 12th of October 2009, the African Union P [...]


A challenging time for two Sudans: How can the EU help?

Blog | Published on 14-07-2011

The creation of the world s newest state, South Sudan, on 9 July is the consequence of an overwhelmi [...]


Will the new Communication on resilience help to make EU external action more effective?

Blog | Published on 17-03-2017

Volker Hauck

The European Union is preparing a new Communication on resilience. This concept has played an import [...]


A Step in the Right Direction for the EU’s Fight Against Ebola

Blog | Published on 24-10-2014

Sophie Desmidt | Volker Hauck

The Ebola crisis is putting tremendous pressure on West African states, threatening to cause food sh [...]


New Deal for Fragile States Needs Time and Political Commitment to Flourish

Blog | Published on 17-04-2014

Some claim the 2011 Busan agreement is already in crisis, but statebuilding demands patience, resour [...]


The missing link: African governance and peace architectures

Blog | Published on 11-04-2013

Since 2005, Africa shows a trend towards decreasing quality of democracy and continuing unconstituti [...]


Taking fragility seriously in financing the SDGs

Blog | Published on 06-05-2015

Frauke de Weijer

The recently published OECD report 'States of Fragility 2015 - Meeting post-2015 ambitions presents [...]


Is EU External Action up to the challenge of Boko Haram?

Blog | Published on 30-01-2015

Sophie Desmidt | Volker Hauck

2015 Global Development Challenges Series - Part 5 In 2015, the EU needs to face up to the mounting [...]


Civil registration and vital statistics in conflict and emergencies

Blog | Published on 13-02-2015

Matthias Deneckere | Tony Land | Volker Hauck

In fragile regions affected by conflict, civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) is increasin [...]


Rethinking Germany’s peace policy: From crisis management to sustainable peace?

Blog | Published on 09-06-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Matthias Deneckere

Violent conflict at Europe s doorsteps, record levels of forced displacement and a concentration of [...]