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The missing link: African governance and peace architectures

Blog | Published on 11-04-2013

Since 2005, Africa shows a trend towards decreasing quality of democracy and continuing unconstituti [...]


EU-Africa relations: what’s in store for 2013?

Blog | Published on 26-10-2012

James Mackie

Each year ECDPM publishes a Policy Brief, on Challenges for EU-Africa Relations, outlining key event [...]


Resilience in EU international cooperation: a new fad?

Blog | Published on 12-10-2012

Volker Hauck

'Resilience is topping the list of new buzzwords in international cooperation rhetoric lately. Many [...]


What can bridge the divide between humanitarian aid and development?

Blog | Published on 19-09-2012

Volker Hauck

To meet the challenges that natural disasters, armed conflicts and structural forms of fragility bri [...]


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 [...]


A new conflict-free standard can build confidence in gold

Blog | Published on 08-06-2012

++ GUEST CONTRIBUTION ++Mining is a driver of development but despite its capacity to create wealth [...]


Another paper tiger? New commitments to joint EU action in response to fragility

Blog | Published on 25-05-2012

Andrew Sherriff

Article by Simone Goertz. Andrew Sherriff co-authored this article. ++ SERIES: ECDPM ANALYSIS OF NEW [...]


Approaching fragile states from a complexity perspective

Blog | Published on 09-03-2012

Frauke de Weijer

Fragility, as a concept that refers to weak institutional capacity, poor governance, political insta [...]


On the EEAS’ 1st birthday: have EU-Africa relations benefitted from the past year?

Blog | Published on 13-01-2012

Andrew Sherriff

In the various analyses of the European External Action Service (EEAS) one year on, those who view t [...]


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 [...]