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Are Africa and Europe Turning a New Page in Their Relationship?

Blog | Published on 11-04-2014

Faten Aggad-Clerx | James Mackie

Seeking to understand the potential impact of a Summit immediately after the event is a perilous tas [...]


Challenges 2014: Africa-EU Relations, When Space is Tight, Focus on the Essentials

Blog | Published on 14-11-2013

Faten Aggad-Clerx

+++ ECDPM Challenges blog series. Post number five +++ You are not alone at the party. There is al [...]


[Podcast] Frustrations with EU-Africa Relations

Blog | Published on 16-08-2013

Andrew Sherriff | Faten Aggad-Clerx | James Mackie

TranscriptIn the wider context of the discussion of EU-Africa relations and ahead of both the Europe [...]


“Revolutions need to come from inside but transitions can do with support from outside” – So, what is the EU offering?

Blog | Published on 13-01-2012

Alisa Herrero Cangas | Faten Aggad-Clerx

In response to the Arab Spring the European Commission has proposed to create a new European Neighbo [...]


EU support to governance in North Africa: The limits

Blog | Published on 18-03-2011

Faten Aggad-Clerx

Today, the EU finds itself in a delicate position as it reflects on its reaction to the uprisings in [...]