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Theresa May’s charm offensive in Africa does not consider the full impact of a cliff-edge Brexit

Blog | Published on 03-09-2018

Emmanuel De Groof | San Bilal

While Prime Minister Theresa May was in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria for the first time since the [...]


EU financing and private investments: Time for a quantum leap

Blog | Published on 05-02-2018

San Bilal

Negotiations on the future of the EU finances post-2020 are a unique occasion to reconsider the fina [...]


Brexit: First post-referendum thoughts

Blog | Published on 01-07-2016

Andrew Sherriff | Geert Laporte | San Bilal | Volker Hauck

In what has been regarded as one of the most significant events in European history in the last 40 y [...]


EPAs' 10th anniversary: The Never Ending Story

Blog | Published on 27-09-2012

San Bilal

At the opening ceremony of the negotiations of Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) between the Eu [...]


EC Communication on Trade, Growth and Development: A good start or a missed opportunity?

Blog | Published on 10-02-2012

Bruce Byiers | Kathleen van Hove | San Bilal

On Friday 27 January the European Commission published its Communication on Trade, Growth and Develo [...]