Brazil’s strategic partnerships: origins, agendas and outcomes
In this working paper, Brazilian scholar Alcides Costa Vaz reviews the origins, agenda and outcomes of Brazil’s strategic partnerships. This paper is part of a series on ‘The Global Partnerships […]
The EU and South Africa: towards a new partnership for development
This policy brief, authored by Lesley Masters, compares the EU’s and South Africa’s development policies in Africa. It identifies convergences, divergences, and evaluates the potential for trilateral cooperation.
The EU-Brazil partnership on development: a lukewarm affair
In this policy brief, Lidia Cabral looks into the main priorities of the Brazilian policy for international development, and how it cooperates with the EU to pursue regional and global […]
China’s strategic partnership diplomacy: engaging with a changing world
CICIR senior experts Feng Zhongping and Huang Jing offer an original analysis of the motivations behind the booming of strategic partnerships in China’s diplomacy.
The rise of cyber-diplomacy
In this paper, Thomas Renard reviews the scope of the EU’s cooperation with its strategic partners on cyber-security and internet governance.
The American way of partnership
Daniel Hamilton examines the purpose and content of US strategic partnerships with other countries worldwide.
Partners in crime? The EU, its strategic partners and international organised crime
A new ESPO Working Paper on the EU, its strategic partners and international organised crime. Read the paper here.
How did Belgian MEPs vote during the 2009-2014 legislative term?
A new Working paper on the voting behaviour of the Belgian MEPs during the 2009-2014 legislative term. Read the article here.
The European elections: what is at stake for the citizens? An analysis
A new book on The Citizen and the European Elections. Read the book here.