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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 [...]


Les ACP et l'Europe : Quel avenir pour une relation privilégiée ?

Blog | Published on 03-07-2014

Geert Laporte

Dans le cadre des célébrations de son 25ème anniversaire, le Centre européen de gestion des poli [...]


Don’t Ignore the Elephants in the Room - Will the Africa-EU Summit Revitalise the Partnership?

Blog | Published on 03-04-2014

Geert Laporte

To make the summit a success strong leadership will be needed on both sides of the partnership to sq [...]


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 [...]


The ACP and Europe: What Future for a Privileged Relationship?

Blog | Published on 20-05-2011

Geert Laporte

When it was signed in 2000, the Cotonou Partnership Agreement between the 79-member African, Caribbe [...]