When is foreign policy not foreign policy? Cotonou, CFSP and external relations with the developing world
Introduction: This paper attempts to discuss the EU’s external relations with the Developing World within the context of the Cotonou Agreement and the CFSP. While CFSP and Cotonou operate formally under distinct and autonomous mechanisms, it is argued here that despite this pillarisation of policy spheres and the narrow definition of EU foreign affairs, development policy forms a core element in EU foreign policy and is linked, consequently, to a broader understanding of CFSP. The paper falls...[Show more]
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