Chapter 1: Introduction
By Andrew Mold (ECLAC, Santiago) and Sheila Page (ODI, London)
Chapter 2: The enlarged European Union and the Developing world: what future?
By Mirjam van Reisen (Consultant, Brussels)
Chapter 3: European Development Policymaking: Globalization and the Post Lomé World
By Marjorie Lister (University of Bradford)
Chapter 4: Clash of Civilisations or Intercultural Dialogue? Challenges for EU Mediterranean Policies
By Roderick Pace (University of Malta)
Chapter 5: To Reciprocate or not to Reciprocate? Is that the Question? A CGE Model of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement
By Andrew Mold, (ECLAC, Santiago)
Chapter 6: Challenges of Forging a Partnership between the European Union and Latin America
By Christian Freres (ICEI, Madrid)
Chapter 7: The EU and Democracy Promotion in Africa: High on Rhetoric, Low on Delivery?
By Gordon Crawford (University of Leeds)
Chapter 8: A Critical Assessment of Proposed EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements
By Oliver Morrissey*, Chris Milner* and Andrew McKay** (University of Nottingham*, University of Bath**)
Chapter 9: Creating a Development Friendly EU Trade Policy
By Chris Stevens (Overseas Development Institute)
Chapter 10: Conclusions: Between a Rock and a Hard Place? Whither EU Development Policy?
By Andrew Mold (ECLAC, Santiago)
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