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Post-2020 CAP Negotiations: keep going or starting from a scratch?

The reform of the CAP initiated at the end of the last term did not succeed: the three draft regulations…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

EU-Mercosur agreement, the last globalist stand?

A few weeks after the European elections, after seeming deadlocked for twenty years of negotiations, the trade agreement between the…

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CAP & Europe

Hearing of Jean-Luc Demarty in the European Parliament: a director of commerce should not say that …

The international economic order that we have known since the beginning of the 1990s is wavering and if the Heads…

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CAP & Europe

Hearing of Jacques Carles in the European Parliament: “It is urgent to restore the management of market crises at the heart of the CAP”

Last October 9th, Jacques Carles, President of Agriculture Strategies, was interviewed by the Agriculture and Rural Development Committee at the…

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Agricultural crises regulations

The 2018 drought in Europe: must we stop selling milk powder from public stocks?

A drought of unprecedented magnitude has affected the northern half of Europe, in an area that accounts for 50 to…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

What if Trump helped save the CAP?

The trade war waged by the President of the United States is reshaping many political and economic cards. Paradoxically, this…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

Will Spanish ripe olives puncture the CAP?

By attacking Spanish ripe olives, the US Department of Commerce risks setting a precedent that could undermine the undistorting nature…

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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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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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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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