This text focuses on the EU in the world, examining the EU as an international actor, and assesses the role of human rights, sustainable development, humanitarian assistance, and aid coherence and complementarity as important elements of EU policies towards developing countries. It assembles student essays from College of Europe, Bruges, within an innovative multi disciplinary framework and will be of interest to those concerned with international relations, diplomacy, law, economics, and European studies.
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Author Biography - Carol Cosgrove-Sacks
SVEVA BARBAGALLO Completing a doctorate in European Community Law, University of Trieste ANDREW BELL Masters Degree in European Political and Administrative Studies, College of Europe, Bruges JAMES BOURKE Postgraduate Student, Harvard Law School GIANLUCA BRUSCO Completing a Master's Degree in European Political and Administrative Studies, College of Europe CAMILLO CATARCI Trainee at the European Commission EUGENIA CORRALES JIMENEZ Researcher, Bruges Initiative for Opening the Social Sciences, College of Europe ANA REIS COUTINHO Trainee, Southern Africa Unit for the Directorate General on Development at the European Commission DANIELA DALIA European Affairs Office of British Company in Brussels ICIAR DE CHAVARRI URETA Completing a Master's Degree in European Political and Administrative Studies, College of Europe GENEVRA FORWOOD Master's Degree in European Politics and Administration, College of Bruges MARCO GIORELLO University Teaching Assistant, Genoa SIMON GUENGUEN-LEVINSON Master's Degree in Advanced European Economic Studies, College of Europe ANNE HAGLUND Lecturer in Political Science, Vaxjo University ROLAND KLAGES Trainee Lawyer JIMENA REYES-DELGADO Student at the French Bar School, working for an American law firm in Paris IRENE SACRISTAN SANCHEZ Manager for Central and Eastern Europe for a Spanish firm specialising in technical assistance for institution building and legal reform in transition countries GERALD SIMPSON Graduate at Law currently qualifying as a solicitor in London