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The security-development nexus in the Sahel Sahara region
The question is: how can we build peaceful and inclusive societies in fragile states?
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Peace-building requires time, more money and better planning, and should not be outsourced to armies or aid agencies alone.
As the United States, under President Donald Trump, retreats from the global stage, the spotlight is on Europe and China.
European development policy has become mixed up with an often-caustic debate on migration, raising doubts over the best ways for the EU to cooperate with developing countries.
As the global refugee crisis continues, countries need to work together to create processes that place simple human dignity at the forefront.
Better governance is needed to help Africa tap its huge economic potential, and deal with continued war and conflict.
Cooperation between Asia and Europe is becoming increasingly important, making the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) more relevant than ever before.
China and the EU are responding to threats to free trade and the liberal world order with renewed efforts.
The EU and ASEAN should react to the worldwide retreat from globalisation, participants told a Friends of Europe Policy Summit.
It’s difficult to discern patterns of conduct in this rollercoaster world. Still, halfway through 2017 is a good a time as any to try and capture some vibes.
Cooperation between Asia and Europe is becoming increasingly important, panellists said on 21 June.
The prevention of conflict and violence must be key, using both security and development measures as appropriate.