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Monday, 22 March 2010

A comparative study of executive structures of development cooperation

The purpose of the study is to identify the potential advantages and disadvantages of executive structures for development cooperation and humanitarian assistance for the achievement of the MDGs. The relevance of the study is the administrative reform expected in 2009, aiming to have greater integration of the EU’s policies in external relations and to create greater coherence between its Common Foreign Security and Defence policies with other parts of its external relations. Development cooperation and humanitarian assistance are among those. This study started before the referendum in Ireland when the Irish voters rejected the Lisbon Treaty. The Lisbon Treaty mandates the establishment of an executive structure that will aim for a more effective European role in the international arena. This is commonly referred to as the European External Action Service (EEAS) or European Diplomatic Service.

Source: Zunia