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New year, new aspirations for Europe-Africa relations?

Blog | Published on 13-01-2020

Luckystar Miyandazi

Ursula von der Leyen, president of the new European Commission, chose to visit the African Union (AU [...]


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 [...]


Do we expect too much from election observation missions?

Blog | Published on 26-02-2018

Faten Aggad-Clerx | Martin Ronceray

As the electoral crisis that started in Kenya last summer drags on and takes new dimensions, onlooke [...]


Do we expect too much from election observation missions?

Blog | Published on 26-02-2018

Martin Ronceray

As the electoral crisis that started in Kenya last summer drags on and takes new dimensions, onlooke [...]


How North Africa’s look towards the south can shake up AU-EU relations

Blog | Published on 27-11-2017

Faten Aggad-Clerx | Tasnim Abderrahim

For the first time since its creation, the African Union finally embraces the whole African continen [...]


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

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. [...]


The odyssey of elections in Africa: A new era of democracy and rule of law?

Blog | Published on 11-09-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

After the Supreme Court of Kenya s decision to nullify the results of the 8 August 2017 presidential [...]


Tunisia’s decentralisation process at a crossroads

Blog | Published on 24-05-2017

Tasnim Abderrahim

Without a new decentralising framework, elections for new local councils in Tunisia will not make th [...]


Sealing the leak: Addressing financing around the 2030 Agenda

Blog | Published on 19-04-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

More than 3 billion people worldwide live in poverty. The majority of these people live in Africa, L [...]


Corruption: A complex method of tax dodging in Africa

Blog | Published on 31-03-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

For a long time, corruption has been a contributing constraint to any reform efforts in both develop [...]