Africa’s international relations: between foreign actors and external projection
The workshop, held at the Egmont Palace in Brussels, brought together experts on Africa’s international relations alongside officials from the EU, Belgian and French institutions in order to explore what […]
Africa Uprising? The protests, the drivers, the outcomes
This brief by Valérie Arnould, Aleksandra Tor and Alice Vervaeke explores whether the recent surge in political and social protests in Africa can be the harbinger of broader social and […]
The political economy of regional security integration in Africa
The Observatoire de l’Afrique convened a conference discussing political and economic processes and the power relations which surround regional responses to security dynamics in sub-Saharan Africa.
2015 BTTD on 28 January
For the fifth year in a row, ten leading European Think Tanks will join forces to host the annual Brussels Think Tank Dialogue, a unique opportunity to hear leading voices […]
EU Partnerships on Development
This new ESPO report edited by Clare Castillejo brings together a number of international experts on development issues, with a view to explore the EU’s cooperation with some of its […]
Korea-EU Partnership on Development
This policy brief reviews South Korea’s development policies, and how synergies are being developed with European donors. The partnership between the EU and South Korea in development contains a number […]
Development and the India-EU Strategic Partnership
This policy brief suggests that while some basic collaboration is taking place between the EU and India, it is unlikely that in the medium term the strategic partnership will significantly […]
The EU and its partners on development: how strategic on the ground?
In this Policy Brief, two international experts examine the level of interaction on development cooperation between the EU and its strategic partners, focussing on two specific case studies: Nepal and […]
China-EU Partnership on Development
This policy brief looks at the fundamental divergences between the European and Chinese approaches on development issues, but it also identifies potential complementarities and priorities for the two partners.