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Time to move towards an interest-driven Africa-EU political partnership (part one)

Talking Points Blog | Published on 19-06-2017

Geert Laporte

At the end of November African and European Heads of State will meet in Abidjan, Cote d Ivoire, for [...]


Europe's response to violent conflict: Shifting priorities in a changing world?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 29-05-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Greta Galeazzi | Matthias Deneckere | Pauline Veron

There is an ominous sense of change going through Europe and the rest of the world. Brexit, the rise [...]


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

Talking Points 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 [...]


Why is it so difficult to develop sustainable tourism in West and East Africa?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 01-09-2017

Greta Galeazzi

Tourism is a sector with great potential and yet it is still struggling to flourish in several Afric [...]


Negotiating the next EU budget: A unique opportunity for EU foreign and development policy

Talking Points Blog | Published on 09-10-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Mariella Di Ciommo | Meritxell Sayós Monràs

The EU agreed to spend a total of €66.3 billion on external action, plus €30.5 billion under the [...]


A message to African and European leaders: ‘More of the same is not good enough’

Talking Points Blog | Published on 23-10-2017

In a few weeks time, African and European leaders will gather in Abidjan for the fifth AU-EU Summit. [...]