The ACP-EU Courier | Number 13 (September-October 2009)

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Series Details Number 13
Publication Date October 2009
ISSN 1784-682X
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This issue of the ACP-EU Courier magazine includes the following items:

  • Profile
    • Jospeh Ma'ahanua, Ambassador of the Solomon Islands to the EU
    • Karel De Gucht, EC Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid
  • Editorial
  • To The Point
    • Climate change could be good news for Africa
  • Round Up
  • Dossier
    • Tribe. Vague word, yet concrete reality
    • Race and tribe put to the test of science
    • A long history of manipulation and a loss of credibility
    • Botswana, an example of how democracy integrates tribes
    • Maggy, 'The Madwoman from Ruyigi', a truly exceptional person
    • Tribal culture in the face of democracy
  • Interaction
    • Focus on financial crisis at DevDays
    • EU Report on development to fight the fragmentation of effort and lack of resources
    • Mid-term talks step up
    • African gas for Europe
    • Second South Africa-EU summit
    • Africa's ICT sector: as dynamic as ever
    • Grasping Eritrea
    • Breaking the myth of aid. Dambisa Moyo's remedies
  • Civil Society on the Move
    • Crossing borders and Frontiers
  • Trade
    • Is a deal on services of interest to the Pacific?
    • Brighter prospects for sub-Saharan Africa
  • Zoom
    • Makingson Delivrance Nespoulos, stonecutter
      • The Haitian who is giving a 2nd life to France's great monuments
  • Our Planet
    • The sun of the Sahara to help Europe?
  • Report
    • North and South meet in Niger
      • The long road to democracy
      • Demographic growth represents one of the greatest challenges facing the country
      • An important, underexploited agricultural potential
      • The price of fame
      • The great crossing
      • Reinforcing food safety
      • Escaping the 'Uranium monoculture'
      • Niger's population has always been able to step back when faced with political crises
      • Women in Niger
      • Centrifugal forces and 'joke kinship'
  • Discovering Europe
    • Vilnius
      • At the EU's most easterly edge at the centre of Europe
      • An ever-changing city
      • Pasts and present intermingle Lithuania's development policy looks east
      • Culture live hits Vilnius
  • Creativity
    • Africa at the head of design
    • Swaziland: investing in culture
    • Kenya: the winds of change
  • For young readers
    • Tribes and democracy
  • Your Say/Calendar
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