The ACP-EU Courier | Number 6 (June-July 2008)

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Series Details Number 6
Publication Date July 2008
ISSN 1784-682X
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This issue of the ACP-EU Courier magazine includes the following items:

  • Editorial
    • When a beautiful image is clouded
  • View points
    • Enhancing aid effectiveness: an ACP perspective
    • We need actions, not words
  • Round Up
  • Dossier
    • Food Crisis
      • Crisis-Seeds of wrath, seeds of change
      • Agriculture sits at the table of the major players
      • "We need a global agricultural policy"
      • Open questions
      • The "Considerable potential" of Africa
      • The Pacific-a region of relative security
      • Soul-searching in import-dependent Caribbean
  • Interaction
    • Slovenia marks respect for Cotonou
    • Co-operation EU-Reunion-Indian Ocean ACP
    • Governance on the table in Ljubljana
    • Observing the positives fo migration
  • Trade
    • Could Mozambique become an African economic dragon?
  • Zoom
    • A day in the life of Derek Walcott
  • Our Planet
    • Satellites deployed for poverty eradication
  • Report
    • Ghana
      • Modern Ghana, far from Ancient Ghana
      • Gearing up for December elections
      • Providence, prudence, and planning
      • New EU support used for governance and transport
      • A pivotal role in the region
      • Ghana friendly to a fault
      • Restoring the past for the future
  • Discovering Europe
    • Reunion
      • Distilling cultures, evaporating prejudices
      • History
      • Terms for understanding Reunion's history
      • Reunion's nest egg in high technology
      • How long will it last?
      • Teixeira da Mota, Reunion's first mother, and other stories
      • Snow and fire in the tropics
      • Almost 2bn form the EU to boost Reunion's economy
  • Creativity
    • Afrique in visu: photographers meet each other on-line
    • Contemporary culture in Senegal: Dak'art 2009 'Afrique: miroir?'
    • Applying the same standards to the 'anti-heros' of Zimbabwe
    • Jamaican athletics: a model for the world
    • Affectionately provoking
  • For young readers
    • We are hungry!
  • Your Say/Calendar
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