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The ‘fragile states’ debate: an opportunity to refocus EU’s foreign policy and institutions

Blog | Published on 29-07-2011

A couple of decades into a prolific debate in both academic and policy circles, including within the [...]


“Wicked hard problems” and isomorphic what?

Blog | Published on 08-03-2012

Bruce Byiers

Lant Pritchett, a Harvard University Professor, was the keynote speaker at the OECD Development Cent [...]


The Four As of Thinking and Acting Politically (and Avoiding ‘Purposeless Muddling’)…

Blog | Published on 21-12-2013

Bruce Byiers

This week the OECD Development Co-operation Directorate (DAC) Network on Governance hosted a worksho [...]


Beyond development as a business by-product?

Blog | Published on 16-03-2012

Bruce Byiers

That the private sector is important, if not key, to economic development is nothing new. However, w [...]


Social protection in EU development cooperation: do the tools match the vision?

Blog | Published on 28-09-2012

The EU s new development policy framework, the Agenda for Change", does not explicitly mention socia [...]


Challenges 2014: Peace and Security

Blog | Published on 08-11-2013

Volker Hauck

+++ ECDPM Challenges blog series. Post number four +++The African Peace and Security Architecture m [...]


Lost opportunity to build bridges: African Ministers of Agriculture and Trade meeting postponed

Blog | Published on 26-10-2012

Francesco Rampa

By postponing next week's meeting of African trade and agriculture ministers in Addis Ababa, the Afr [...]


Spotlight on the division of labour between the EEAS and DG DEVCO

Blog | Published on 03-02-2012

Development and poverty reduction should be a priority of European external affairs, according to th [...]


The Elusive Win-Win Balance in Mining. Part 2 – Show Your Working in the Margin

Blog | Published on 24-03-2014

San Bilal

Constructive talks between mining companies and development actors do take place, but mainly in the [...]


Addressing Peace, Security and State Fragility – How can the EU do Better?

Blog | Published on 28-07-2014

Andrew Sherriff | Volker Hauck

Photo: March 2013 conflict IDPS North Kivu, DRC European Commission DG ECHO In the run up to 1 Septe [...]