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JAES: We have a strategy, now we need a strategic partnership

Blog | Published on 27-04-2012

The Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES) is quite the opposite of what Herman van Rompuy, President of th [...]


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 [...]


“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 [...]


Towards a ‘normalisation’ of ACP-EU relations

Blog | Published on 17-06-2011

Over the past couple of years, new global players underscored their ascendance in the world order. E [...]


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 [...]


Involving local authorities and Civil Society Organisations in EU development cooperation

Blog | Published on 01-04-2011

This has been an intensive week for civil society organisations and local authorities from the North [...]


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 [...]