European Union Development Policy (Hardback)
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European Union Development Policy (Hardback)

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Hardback 189 Pages / Published: 26/08/1998
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An authoritative and wide-ranging analysis of current issues and dilemmas in the European Union's relations with the developing world. The book brings together politicians, academics and policy-makers to address recent experience and the way ahead after the EU's leading policy, the Lome Convention, expires in February 2000. Development policy in the various member states and at EU level and the prospects for furthering the international community's human rights and good governance agenda are examined in detail. This thorough assessment of one of the EU's oldest, most important and yet little known policy fields will be of use to scholars and students of development, of European integration and international relations.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780333716564
Number of pages: 189
Weight: 415 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'There is a crying need for a comprehensive analysis of the orientation of the European Union to the development of the countries and peoples of the South. This book makes an excellent start in this direction. It will profit both academics and policy-makers to make a careful study of its content.' - Professor T.V. Sathymurthy, University of York

`As North-South relations become increasingly important in international affairs, the role of the European Union in development cooperation becomes potentially far more significant. European Union Development Policy is a timely analysis of current trends, combining political contributions with thorough academic analysis.' - Professor Paul Rogers, Department of Peace Studies, University of Bradford

'This book makes a timely contribution to the debate about the future of Lome, which expires in February 2000, and about EU development policy more broadly. It will appeal to readers interested in European policy, and to students of development studies...a valuable addition to the library.' - Lucy Stevens, Journal of Common Market Studies

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