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What’s in the “New Deal” for engagement in fragile states?

Blog | Published on 09-12-2011

Last week, stakeholders involved in the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding ha [...]


Is there a new impetus on the EU to deal with conflict and fragility in third countries? Part 2: recent policy developments

Blog | Published on 25-11-2011

Andrew Sherriff

++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY REFORM PROPOSALS ++When it comes to violent c [...]


A new EU impetus on conflict and fragility, or more of the same? Part 1: institutions and evaluation

Blog | Published on 18-11-2011

Andrew Sherriff

++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY REFORM PROPOSALS ++The Arab spring and recent [...]


The EU Strategy for Security and Development in the Sahel – An indicator for the future of EU External Action?

Blog | Published on 23-09-2011

Andrew Sherriff

In the field of foreign policy and external action, the promise of the European Union s (EU) Lisbon [...]


The ‘fragile states’ debate: an opportunity to refocus EU’s foreign policy and institutions

Blog | Published on 29-07-2011

A couple of decades into a prolific debate in both academic and policy circles, including within the [...]


A challenging time for two Sudans: How can the EU help?

Blog | Published on 14-07-2011

The creation of the world s newest state, South Sudan, on 9 July is the consequence of an overwhelmi [...]


A challenging time for two Sudans: How can the EU help?

Blog | Published on 14-07-2011

The creation of the world s newest state, South Sudan, on 9 July is the consequence of an overwhelmi [...]