The EU and its partners on development: how strategic on the ground?

The EU and its partners on development: how strategic on the ground?

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Castillejo, Clare / Christine Hackenesch
External Publications (2014)

in: Clare Castillejo (ed.), New donors, new partners? EU strategic partnerships and development ( European Strategic Partnerships Observatory Report 3), 63-72

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The strategic partnerships of the European Union (EU) with Brazil, China, India, South Africa and South Korea include discussion of development issues, and in some cases commitments to collaboration. However, little is known about whether this high-level, bilateral dialogue influences the EU’s engagement with these strategic partners on the ground in developing countries. This paper examines how the EU engages with these emerging powers in aid recipient countries, and identifies challenges and opportunities for strengthening engagement. It draws on field research in Mozambique and Nepal.

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