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CAP & Europe

A budget without lessons learned

We reproduce below the article by Laszlo Andor1, former European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion and now Head…

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Category : CAP & Europe

What if France called for an agricultural G20 in 2019?

In his speech to the OECD on May 30th, President Macron proposes a diagnosis and an ambition that could refound…

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CAP & Europe

The post-2020 CAP proposals: proposing the lowest common denominator while hoping for a quick agreement is a major strategic mistake that comes down to burying the CAP

While cuts are being announced, EU Commissioner Hogan has just presented his legislative proposals for the CAP 2020. Each member…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

EU caught in Nigeria’s refusal to sign the West Africa Economic Partnership Agreement and the Continental Free Trade Area

Through Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) and support for the Continental Free Trade Area (FTAA), the European Union is jeopardizing African…

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CAP & Europe

Decrease in the EU27 CAP budget by almost 30% in twenty years: the gradual abandonment of the only integrated European policy

Made public on the 2nd of May, the European Commission's proposals for the multiannual financial perspective for CAP 2021/2027 are…

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CAP & Europe

For an in-depth reform of the CAP in a multilateral framework to renew

European agriculture needs an in-depth reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Having become ineffective both in the face of…

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CAP & Europe

European Court of Auditors severely criticizes the effectiveness of decoupled payment and greening

The European Court of Auditors has just published two reports1 that will certainly feed the debate on the next CAP.…

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Category : Land policies

In Germany, the bankruptcy of the largest agricultural firm revives the debate on the regulation of land

With 46,000 ha divided between the former GDR, Lithuania and Romania, KTG Agrar was a totem to the phenomenon of…

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CAP & Europe

CAP and Migration: what coherence for European policies ?

Heads of State and Government are meeting this Friday to address the thorny issue of the European Union’s financial perspectives,…

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Category : CAP & Europe

Agricultural bill: What if the solutions were on the European side?

While the Agriculture Fair opens its doors in a tense climate, a bill “for the balance of commercial relations in…

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