The ACP-EU Courier | Number 1 (July-August 2007)

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Series Details Number 1
Publication Date August 2007
ISSN 1784-682X
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This edition of the ACP-EU Courier includes the following items:

  • Opener
    • Foreword: side by side
  • Editorial
    • A reintroduction
      • Africa-Caribbean-Pacific/European Union A model of cooperation, nevertheless...
  • Round Up
  • Dossier
    • European Development Days
    • European Development Policy on the table
      • Hard debate on development... with a festive side
      • EU security: not seeing the wood for the trees?
      • From NASA to the schools of Rwanda
      • From beneficiary to donor: an extremely informative exercise
      • Laying a new path with African partners
      • Good governance and the media: first of all, respect journalists
  • Interaction
    • ACP-EU parliamentarians protest unfair globalisation
    • An extraordinary summit
    • Conflict diamonds: still threatening
    • Calendar
  • Zoom
    • A day in the life of Louise Assomo
    • Until we meet again. Homage to Isabelle Bassong
  • Our Planet
    • Boost for renewable energy sources
    • Toxic wate: 20 years on, an unfinished battle
  • Report
    • Congo DRC
      • Reconstruction challenges
      • The European response
      • The vision of the Congolese authorities
      • A government by ballot box
      • New decentralization in the Congo
      • Culture bubbles up
      • The Congo is also...
  • Trade
    • Pacific and EU chart course for new accord
  • Discovering Europe
    • Brussels-Capital Region
      • Brussels: Cultural Capital
      • The Chemistry at work in Brussels
      • Brussels, Mputuville, the capital of worlds
      • Europe, a capital 'quarter'
      • Brussels economy: Growing anyway
  • Creativity
    • Market for cultural products: A breakthrough for the ACP countries
    • Meeting of ACP Ministers of Culture and 1st ACP Festival in Santo Domingo
    • Caribbean bowled over by ball game
    • Review
  • In Pictures
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