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World map showing the modern definition of the North-South divide

Bilateral vs. Multilateral Cooperation

Bilateral cooperation refers to cooperation activities supported directly by one developed country in a developing country such as the case of the Portuguese aid to East Timor. The bilateral cooperation …

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The Economist Intelligence Unit Democracy index map for 2015. Greener colours represent more democratic countries.

Is there any good political regime?

The question looks easy for someone used to live in democracy but maybe democracy is not always the best of the political regimes. Sometimes the attempt to move to a …

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Cooperation between people

A perspective of International Cooperation for Development

For many years Western countries, which are now called the developed countries of the world, exploited their colonies and absorbed the majority of their essential resources and used them for …

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Team Global

TEAM Global

OneEurope journalist Robert Heslop reports on the recent members' event held by TEAM Global at Westminster Cathedral Hall.

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The State of Play

The State of Play

A Brave New World on Europe's Eastern Border

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Halfway through

Halfway through

European Year for Development 2015

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The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP)

The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) – where is the EU heading with this?

As it is commonly noted that the European Union is known for its unique supranational structure, the commitment to pursue European values and interests and its urge to be highly influential and significant internationally. With its enlargement in 2004 it has shown many states that the EU is not stopping and is planning to move further ahead, including all areas which are thought to be important and worth its attention.

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Our world, our dignity, our future

Our world, our dignity, our future

European Year for Development 2015

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EU Development Aid: sufficient means for great needs?

EU Development Aid: sufficient means for great needs?

Build a fairer world!

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The EU will remain the biggest development donor

The EU will remain the biggest development donor

Agenda for 2015

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Crisis reserve

5 toughest questions faced by Phil Hogan (Agriculture)

Phil Hogan – Commissioner-designate for Agriculture and Rural Development (nominated by Ireland) – had to answer a number of difficult questions during his hearing by the European Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRI) on 2 …

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EU Enlargement has many benefits, but which is the best one?

EU Enlargement: What is Best About It?

What are the advantages of expanding the European Union?

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European Union Aid helps many people all over the world.

The EU Aid Routes

Who benefits most from EU Aid?

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Some of the developments and future prospects of the EU.

Infographic: The European Union's Future Prospects

This infographic shows the growing power of the EU

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Europe and the US

What does the Future hold for Europe and the US? - Old and New Challenges in 2014

Economic and financial issues received much attention in the last year, both in Europe and the US

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UN General Assembly, EU to focus on eradicating poverty

UN General Assembly, EU to focus on eradicating poverty

Discussion about the EU participation in the United Nations General Assembly

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Inflows of immigrants are raising many protests and causing prejudice. But are these justified?

The European Migration View

Leaving your country and going to live in another is never easy, no matter the reasons why you do it.

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European Development

European Development

This map shows the "Real GDP per capita, growth rate and totals" expected in 2014.

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Infographic by Eurostat about the expenditures for Research and Development as percentage of GDP per region from 2009.

Research and Development leading the way out of the crisis?

Why is R&D in some regions (and countries) seemingly being given a way higher priority than in others?

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