Important progress, but real EU comprehensiveness is still ahead of us
By Volker Hauck and Andrew Sherriff
If ever there were a time when the EU needs to be more comprehensive and coherent in its international action, it is now – and not just in response to the crisis in Ukraine…
by Damien Helly & Greta Galeazzi
In the run up to 1 September, we, the European Think Tanks Group (ETTG), will be publishing a blog each Monday setting out the context of the five global challenges - trade and international fin
Since the 1990s donors and other actors have increasingly recognised that security and development are mutually dependent.
Faria, F. 2014. What EU Comprehensive Approach? Challenges for the EU Action Plan and beyond. (Briefing Note 71). Maastricht: ECDPM.
The need for comprehensive and coordinated responses by the EU to address sustainable development, peace and security, especially in complex fragile situations, is widely accepted.