• EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1. NEW MEMBER STATES: THE ONGOING TRANSITION FROM AID RECIPIENTS TO DONORS
  • 1.1. THE DEVELOPMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK
  • 1.2. LEGISLATION ON DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
  • 1.3. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK
  • 1.4. IMPLEMENTATION
  • 1.5. FINANCIAL ASPECTS
  • 1.6. CIVIL SOCIETY AND NGOS
  • 1.6.1. Public Support for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
  • 1.6.2. Relations with NGOs
  • 1.7. EXISTING CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES
  • 2. THE EU DEVELOPMENT POLICY: RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF NEW MEMBER STATES
  • 2.1. PRIMARY LEGISLATION
  • 2.2. SECONDARY LEGISLATION
  • 2.3. ACQUIS COTONOU
  • 2.4. SOFT LAW
  • 2.5. OVERSEAS COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES AND TRADE IN BANANAS
  • 2.6. TRADE
  • 2.7. INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS WITH INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
  • 2.7.1. Framework Agreements between the EC and International Organisations
  • 2.7.2. International Agreements the EU takes part in
  • 2.8. CASE LAW
  • 3. THE POSSIBLE IMPACT OF ENLARGEMENT ON DEVELOPMENT POLICY
  • 3.1. FINANCIAL IMPACT ON DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATION
  • 3.1.1. The overall financial framework
  • 3.1.2. The Initial Period (2004-2006)
  • 3.1.3. The period 2007-2013 (10th EDF and new Financial Perspective)
  • 3.2. IMPACT ON EC OPERATIONS AND GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS
  • 3.3. IMPACT ON EU PRESENCE IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
  • 3.4. IMPACT ON EU DECISION MAKING
  • 4. RECOMMENDATIONS
  • 4.1. OVERALL STRATEGY
  • 4.2. SPECIFIC ACTIONS: POLICY FORMULATION
  • 4.3. SPECIFIC ACTIONS: CAPACITY BUILDING
  • 4.4. SPECIFIC ACTIONS: A ROADMAP TO MONTERREY
  • ANNEX 2 – STRUCTURE OF THE EU LEGISLATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT ACQUIS
  • ANNEX 3 –POLITICAL STATEMENTS AND ACTION PLANS ADOPTED AT UN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES SINCE 1992
  • ANNEX 4 – COUNTRY PROFILES
  • ANNEX 5 – BIBLIOGRAPHY