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Brexit and development cooperation: A major connection problem

Blog | Published on 11-01-2021

Andrew Sherriff

The European Union and the United Kingdom start 2021 with no formal agreement for cooperation in dev [...]

How the EU can step up its support to conflict prevention and peacebuilding

Blog | Published on 07-12-2020

Andrew Sherriff | Volker Hauck

Conflict prevention and peacebuilding (CPPB) is more needed than ever, given a rising number of viol [...]

A summer like no other – What’s at stake in critical EU external policy processes

Blog | Published on 06-07-2020

Alexei Jones | Alfonso Medinilla | Andrew Sherriff | Pauline Veron

Unusually worried you may miss some big policy developments over the summer? July and August are tra [...]

Brexit day is here – What’s next for EU-UK development cooperation?

Blog | Published on 27-01-2020

Andrew Sherriff

On 31 January, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. After three-and-a-half years, some [...]

Friends, partners or rivals? The UK election manifestos and the space for foreign policy cooperation with the EU

Blog | Published on 29-11-2019

Andrew Sherriff | Chloe Teevan

Predicting the future in the twists and turns of UK politics and Brexit is for the brave or the fool [...]

Can the new European Commission be truly geopolitical, innovative and flexible without the right amount of money?

Blog | Published on 25-11-2019

Andrew Sherriff | Mariella Di Ciommo

The next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the EU s long-term budget for 2021-2027, will not be [...]

First thoughts on the European elections and development policy

Blog | Published on 27-05-2019

Alexei Jones | Andrew Sherriff | Mariella Di Ciommo

The European elections present a new, more fragmented, although not revolutionary Parliament. The fu [...]

Who’s interested in the EU’s open invitation to join a post-Cotonou Agreement?

Blog | Published on 29-03-2019

Andrew Sherriff | Emmanuel De Groof

The negotiations for the successor to the Cotonou Partnership Agreement (CPA) are ongoing and, this [...]

Four opportunities to give to gender the importance it deserves in EU policy and external spending

Blog | Published on 04-03-2019

Andrew Sherriff | Noemi Cascone

Many think that changing the direction of the EU policy 'oil tanker ship is virtually impossible and [...]

Finding a new point of departure for the future of UK-EU development cooperation after Brexit

Blog | Published on 21-01-2019

Andrew Sherriff | Emmanuel De Groof

On Tuesday 15 January, the draft withdrawal agreement - the result of 18 months of intense negotiati [...]