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Janus Advances? An Analysis of EC Development Policy and the 2005 Amended Cotonou Partnership Agreement

@article{Hadfield2007JanusAA,
  title={Janus Advances? An Analysis of EC Development Policy and the 2005 Amended Cotonou Partnership Agreement},
  author={A. Hadfield},
  journal={European Foreign Affairs Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={12},
  pages={39-66}
}
  • A. Hadfield
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • European Foreign Affairs Review
This article suggests that an inherent duality of poverty-reduction goals and security objectives now typifies EU development policy. The EC is attempting in Janus fashion to incorporate seemingly oppositional dynamics into its development policy, with the result that development policy itself now operates more robustly as official EU foreign policy. Both outcomes may be observed in the 2005 Amended Cotonou Partnership Agreement and the 2006 Development Consensus. While adhering to the original… Expand
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