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Global Europe 31-03-2022

After the war in Ukraine, we cannot continue business as usual – Multilaterism is the way forward

We can continue business as usual, pretending nothing has changed in the international arena after the criminal Russian invasion of Ukraine, or we can move from our verbal condemnation to concrete deeds in the upcoming Joint Parliamentary Assembly between African, Caribbean, Pacific States and the EU.
Development Policy 18-02-2021

France announces development aid boost

After international stakeholders came together on 9 February to discuss new solidarity-based development models, the French government presented a text on Wednesday (17 February) to increase development aid to 0.55% of the country's wealth by 2022. EURACTIV France reports.
Development Policy 25-01-2017

French presidential candidates neglect development policy debate

As France's presidential election looms nearer, French NGOs have asked the candidates to put development policies, which are currently notable in their absence from the debate, at the heart of their foreign policy proposals. EURACTIV France reports.
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Development Policy 06-01-2015

Mimica: The EU will remain the biggest development donor

In spite of the very difficult economic, financial and budgetary constraints Europe is going through, the European Union will remain the world’s biggest donor of development aid, said European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica.
Trade & Society 31-05-2013

Kazakhstan: Rising star or falling short of results?

Energy-rich Kazakhstan is a key country for the European Union as it seeks to diversify its energy supplies in Central Asia and the Caspian region, write Jos Boonstra and Tika Tsertsvadze.
Euro & Finance 24-09-2009

China may overtake Britain and France in IMF vote

China will get the biggest increase in voting power at the International Monetary Fund when the global lender completes a long-awaited restructuring in 2011, the head of the IMF said on Tuesday (22 September).

European centre to tackle cocaine smuggling

The UK and six other EU member states yesterday (30 September) opened a new centre to deal with cocaine smuggling in the Atlantic.

Working Together Towards Sustainable Development: the OECD experience

Working Together Towards Sustainable Development: the OECD experience The report assesses the contribution made by OECD countries, both at home and internationally, and brings together the main lessons learned through the Organisation’s extensive work on sustainable development. Since Rio, progress...