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Japan and the EU: Friends of Africa?

Blog | Published on 06-06-2013

Geert Laporte

Early June, Japan hosted the Fifth Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD V). [...]


Development Assistance in a Multipolar World

Blog | Published on 17-04-2014

In a rapidly changing world with new geopolitical and economic balances of power, development assist [...]

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“I think Busan is a pivot point” – An interview with Brian Atwood, Chairman of the OECD DAC

Blog | Published on 13-05-2011

A new development paradigm is emerging. There is increasing recognition of the complexity of develop [...]


Challenges 2014: Africa-EU Relations, When Space is Tight, Focus on the Essentials

Blog | Published on 14-11-2013

Faten Aggad-Clerx

+++ ECDPM Challenges blog series. Post number five +++ You are not alone at the party. There is al [...]


What is the Rise of South-South Relations About? Development, not Aid

Publications | Published on 24-10-2013

San Bilal

The traditional perception of development in industrialised countries has centred on the notion of [...]

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[Podcast] Frustrations with EU-Africa Relations

Blog | Published on 16-08-2013

Andrew Sherriff | Faten Aggad-Clerx | James Mackie

TranscriptIn the wider context of the discussion of EU-Africa relations and ahead of both the Europe [...]


Follow the Debate Online: Are EU-Africa Relations Still Fit for Purpose? #AfricaEU2014

Blog | Published on 28-10-2013

Agenda: http://www.ecdpm.org/ettg2013 Background blogs and insight: http://www.africaeu2014.blogspot [...]