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Southern Mediterranean NGOs and the quest for a new social contract in the region

Blog | Published on 22-06-2012

Few would question the importance of civil society s role in the events of the Arab Spring, especial [...]


“The options for the future become endless”

Blog | Published on 03-02-2012

On the 1st of February H.E. Shirley Skerritt-Andrew, Ambassador of Saint Lucia, took over as Chairpe [...]


Partnership, not parenthood as a basis for Europe’s relations with a new Egypt

Blog | Published on 19-07-2012

++ GUEST CONTRIBUTION ++As EU High Representative Catherine Ashton visits Cairo this week, both Euro [...]


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 [...]


Will the re-election of Obama just bring more of the same to Africa?

Blog | Published on 07-11-2012

Faten Aggad-Clerx

By Faten Aggad When I visited Tanzania in early 2009, small street shops were selling fabric with th [...]


Modernising EU budget support or overloading the boat?

Blog | Published on 16-05-2012

Jan Vanheukelom

Dr. Nadia Molenaers co-authored this article.++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY [...]


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 [...]


The mountain to climb: The key challenges ahead for the new AU leadership

Blog | Published on 11-10-2012

Faten Aggad-Clerx

The new African Union Commission (AUC) College will assume office on Monday 15 October. The election [...]


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 [...]


Africa is in desperate need for greater unity and stronger leadership to realise its pan-African ambitions

Blog | Published on 03-02-2012

San Bilal

As noted by the Economist last December, and confirmed by a recent report by Invest AD and the Econo [...]