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What next for EU support to decentralisation in Latin and Central America?

Blog | Published on 24-06-2013

Jean Bossuyt

During the last decade, the EU has been supporting decentralisation reforms across the developing wo [...]

Negotiating a new agreement with the ACP post-2020: What is at stake in the coming months

Blog | Published on 15-01-2018

Alfonso Medinilla | Jean Bossuyt

On 12 December 2017, the European Commission presented its recommendation to the Council for opening [...]

Do EU evaluations lead to better results? The importance of uptake

Blog | Published on 22-01-2015

Alfonso Medinilla | Jean Bossuyt

Development cooperation is probably one of the most intensively evaluated policy domains. The EU alo [...]

Is There a Future for Political Economy Analysis in the European Commission?

Blog | Published on 26-07-2013

Jean Bossuyt

At the end of June, the European Commission s (EC) Capacity4Dev website posted a message saying that [...]

L’agenda universel post-2015 – Le partenariat ACP-UE répond-il encore à ses objectifs ?

Blog | Published on 03-04-2015

Jean Bossuyt

L universalité est l un des aspects clés de l agenda global post-2015, mais que signifie-t-il pou [...]

Local authorities in EU external action after 2020: Strategic actors or distant voices?

Blog | Published on 07-05-2018

Jean Bossuyt

A new buzzword has appeared in the richly endowed development jargon: multi-actor partnerships. It r [...]