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Assessing Trends in EC Development Policy

Publications | Published on 01-05-2000

Terhi Lehtinen | Anne Simon | Gwénäelle Corre

Since the Santer Commission resigned in March 1999, reform has topped the EU’s agenda. In March 2000, the Commission adopted a White Paper, which aims to profoundly change the ‘culture’, organisation and management of the institution. Within this broad agenda, the highest priority is ...

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The Coordination of European Development Cooperation in the Field: Myth or Reality?

Publications | Published on 01-01-2003

Terhi Lehtinen

In political debates, the EC and Member States deplore the lack of coordination, coherence and complementarity of EC development cooperation since its foundation by the Treaty of Maastricht in 1992. At the same time, efforts have been made to agree on a common interpretation of ‘complementar...

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The EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy: Opportunities for a More Effective EU Response to Crisis-Affected Countries in Africa

Publications | Published on 01-02-2011

Patricia Magalhães Ferreira | Terhi Lehtinen | Justin Haccius

This paper analyses the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy and the Cotonou Agreement in relation to crisis-affected countries in Africa.

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The European Union's Political and Development Response to Sudan

Publications | Published on 01-07-2001

Terhi Lehtinen

This study explores the European Union’s (EU) political and development response to Sudan, which is a classic case of a complex political emergency.

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The EU's Response to Conflict Affected Countries

Publications | Published on 02-07-2001

Sophie da Câmara Santa Clara Gomes | Terhi Lehtinen

Over the past decade, political instability, crisis and protracted conflicts have been on the rise among the ACP countries and particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. The human cost of these conflicts has been extremely high. Several countries seem trapped in a vicious circle of war, chronic insta...

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The EU's Response to Conflict Affected Countries: Operational Guidance for the Implementation of the Cotonou Agreement

Publications | Published on 02-07-2001

Sophie da Câmara Santa Clara Gomes | Terhi Lehtinen

This Discussion Paper summarises the main findings of a two year research programme, led in the first phase at headquarters of the major Development and Humanitarian Agencies present in conflict affected countries. As a second phase 6 countries case-studies were carried out: Burundi, Congo DRC...

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European Coordination in Multilateral Fora: The Case of the World Bank

Publications | Published on 02-03-2003

Terhi Lehtinen | Alice Sindzingre

In recent years, the leading role of the World Bank in development initiatives has been confirmed through the design of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) for the poorest countries. It has been argued that the lack of European coordination and consistency in international fora, such as in the Board of the World Bank...

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Measuring the Performance of EC Development Cooperation

Publications | Published on 02-04-2002

Terhi Lehtinen

The EC Development Policy Statement (November 2000) specifies the reduction of poverty as the central objective of EC development cooperation. The overhaul of EC development cooperation is closely linked to the general management reforms of the European Commission, which aim to enhance the eff...

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Reforming European Development Cooperation: What do the practitioners think?

Publications | Published on 01-03-2001

Terhi Lehtinen

Reforming the European Community’s (EC) external aid [1] is crucial for improving the quality and effectiveness of European development cooperation. Many actors involved in cooperation have expressed their willingness to engage in a dialogue on such a reform in a constructive spirit. However...

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