This text provides a broad ranging analysis of the EU's relations with the developing world today set in the context of the policy, debates and changes of the 1990s and the EU's historical ties to the Third World. Covering the whole range of the EU's relations with developing states including the Cotonou Agreement and the "Everything but Arms" Regulation, the book assesses the likely evolution of trading regimes and the scope and limits of opportunities for fostering economic progress and good governance.
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Author Biography - Martin Holland
MARTIN HOLLAND is Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration and International Relations and Director, Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.