28 March 2012
This paper by Ben Hayes and Tony Bunyan was written for a book published by BOND (British Overseas NGOs on Development) 'Europe in the World' Essays on EU foreign, security and development policies:
" 'Europe in the world' sets a challenging agenda for reforming EU external relations. The purpose of 'Europe in the world' is to open the debate up. Contributors range from security analysts to activists to academics. From trade to migration, gender to transnational terrorism, the essays explore how European values and identity inform policies and competing visions of Europe's role as a global player."
1. "Migration, development and the EU security agenda" by Ben Hayes and Tony Bunyan: Paper (pdf)
2. To download the whole book: Whole publication (pdf)
The other papers in the book include:
Europe and the New Humanitarianism
Dr Joanna Macrae, ODI, Emery Brusset and Christine Tiberghien, Channel Research
EU conflict prevention and resolution policies
Sarah Bayne, Saferworld and International Alert
Europe confronts transnational terrorism
Karin von Hippel, Centre for Defence Studies, King's College London
Coherence and Consistency in Europe's foreign policy
Paul Hoebink, Centre for International Development Issues, Nijmegen and Howard Mollett, BOND
Foreign and development policies in Italy, France, Sweden and Denmark: Implications for the EU
Marco Zupi, CESPI Italy, Amelie Cannoe, OFCI France, Anders Danielson, University of Lund Sweden, Gorm Rye Olsen, CPR Denmark and Howard Mollett, BOND
Cotonou and the WTO: Can the EU trade agenda deliver a just partnership with developing countries?
Alastair Fraser, Action for Southern Africa and Nancy Kachingwe, MWENGO
War economies: EU Policy Options
Natalie Pauwels, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Development and human rights: from conditionality to mainstreaming
Dick Oosting, Amnesty International
What hawks and doves can learn from Helena: Social inclusion in EC aid
Dr David Chandler, Centre for the Study of Democracy, Sylvia Beales and Helen Holder, HelpAge International
Gender, development and EU foreign policy
Dr Marjorie Lister, University of Bradford
Taking responsibility: EU environment and development policies
Sally Nicholson, WWF
Identity and foreign policy after multiculturalism
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Foreign Policy Centre
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