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Clear leadership required on EU external action communication strategy

Blog | Published on 28-09-2012

A recent evaluation on the Visibility of EU External Action carried out by ECDPM and the Development [...]


Could Dlamini-Zuma’s election revive EU-Africa relations?

Blog | Published on 20-07-2012

Geert Laporte

African leaders from more than 50 countries met on 15 and 16 July for the African Union summit at th [...]


EU negotiates future development funding: where will the money go?

Blog | Published on 05-07-2012

For those concerned with development and Africa, the three big questions during the EU budget negoti [...]


Development: Between a rock and a hard place?

Blog | Published on 29-06-2012

This article was published in ECDPM s Annual Report 2011.It seems fair to expect that 2011 will come [...]


SPRING programme 9 months on: time for much needed stock taking

Blog | Published on 08-06-2012

In response to the wave of change unfolding in its Southern Neighbourhood, the EU announced several [...]


Another paper tiger? New commitments to joint EU action in response to fragility

Blog | Published on 25-05-2012

Andrew Sherriff

Article by Simone Goertz. Andrew Sherriff co-authored this article. ++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW [...]


Power to the People? Reactions to EU response to the Arab Spring

Blog | Published on 09-03-2012

++ GUEST CONTRIBUTION ++In response to the Arab Spring, the European Union (EU) promised to shift aw [...]


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 [...]


EU support to democracy: a new Endowment first, a strategy to follow?

Blog | Published on 27-01-2012

Alisa Herrero Cangas

The EU has a longstanding tradition of engaging in democracy promotion, using a wide range of strate [...]


On the EEAS’ 1st birthday: have EU-Africa relations benefitted from the past year?

Blog | Published on 13-01-2012

Andrew Sherriff

In the various analyses of the European External Action Service (EEAS) one year on, those who view t [...]