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Les politiques de développement de l'Union européenne

Abstract : Originally, the development cooperation action of the European Union was influenced by the particularities of the integration process within the Community. This action has since evolved in order to function within a broader international environment. Accordingly, achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), established by the United Nations, is clearly a key element of the European Union cooperation policy. Consequently, the European Union has endeavoured to harmonise its policies with those Goals. However, concerning the funding of the MDG in particular, the action of the European Union has yet to be coordinated with the national development policies of the Member States. Moreover, the European Union promotes greater participation of developing countries in international trade. Consequently, the European Union had to adapt itself to the requirements of the World Trade Organisation, whilst at the same time preserving its specificity. Therefore, it has chosen to pursue greater regionalism, consistent with WTO Law, rather than pure multilateralism, as reflected by the Cotonou Agreement and the progressive adoption of economic partnership agreements.
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Sophie Grosbon. Les politiques de développement de l'Union européenne. Berramdanne, Abdelkhaleq and Hannequart, Isabelle. Union européenne - Mercosul, Deux intégrations régionales dans l'espace mondial, Mare & Martin, pp.351--376, 2013. ⟨hal-01640926⟩



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