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Theresa May’s charm offensive in Africa does not consider the full impact of a cliff-edge Brexit

Blog | Published on 03-09-2018

Emmanuel De Groof | San Bilal

While Prime Minister Theresa May was in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria for the first time since the [...]


The ACP group and the African Union in the post-Cotonou negotiations: Survival of the fittest?

Blog | Published on 25-06-2018

Geert Laporte

The great celebration over last month s adoption by the ACP of their negotiating mandate hides what [...]


Wanted: A new alliance to defend the neighbourhood and the world in the next EU budget

Blog | Published on 18-06-2018

Alexei Jones | Andrew Sherriff | Meritxell Sayós Monràs

On 14 June, the European Commission published its detailed proposals for the 'Neighbourhood & the Wo [...]


Gender as a top EU priority according to President Juncker and Commissioner Mimica: Now comes the difficult part

Blog | Published on 11-06-2018

Alexei Jones | Emmanuel De Groof | Mariella Di Ciommo | Meritxell Sayós Monràs | Pauline Veron

This year s edition of the European Development Days saw several EU representatives, including Presi [...]


Tunisia’s migration dilemma

Blog | Published on 11-06-2018

Tasnim Abderrahim

On 3 June, a boat packed with over 180 migrants sank off the Tunisian coast, near the island of Kerk [...]


What does it really mean to be pan-African in the 21st century?

Blog | Published on 04-06-2018

Dalil Djinnit

In the third and last blog of our series inspired by and dedicated to Africa Day, which marks the an [...]


Did pan-Africanism die with our founding fathers?

Blog | Published on 28-05-2018

Kesa Pharatlhatlhe

On 25 May, we celebrated Africa Day. In the second blog of our Africa Day series, Kesa Pharatlhatlhe [...]


ACP-EU negotiations and the next EU budget: Six crucial weeks to understand which way the wind is blowing

Blog | Published on 22-05-2018

Andrew Sherriff

Today, development ministers from all over Europe will gather in Brussels to discuss the future of r [...]


What being African means to me

Blog | Published on 22-05-2018

Lidet Tadesse Shiferaw

Ahead of Africa Day (25 May), in the first of a three-part blog series, Lidet Tadesse explains what [...]


International crimes during apartheid: Why Cyril Ramaphosa is still paying South African debt to foreign banks

Blog | Published on 14-05-2018

Jan Vanheukelom

The biggest mystery about apartheid has been solved. We now know how the apartheid regime in Pretori [...]