• Foreword
  • Preface
  • P A R T I
  • Introduction
  • The european union
  • United in Peace and Prosperity
  • A Foundation for Peace
  • The Institutions
  • The European Commission
  • Largest Trading Bloc in the World
  • The EU determines the legal framework for international trade
  • The Single Currency
  • European Union Member States
  • Enlargement
  • Justice, Freedom and Security
  • The EUu0092s Common Foreign and Security Policy
  • EU External Relations
  • A Powerful Global Voice for Change
  • Working in Partnership
  • Trade relations
  • Humanitarian aid
  • Food security
  • Everything But Arms u0096 A World First
  • The EU-ACP partnership agreement − Cotonou
  • Reducing and Eventually Eradicating Poverty
  • Political dialogue and reinforced participation
  • Conflict prevention and peace building
  • Provisions for Island States
  • A new spirit of development co-operation
  • The ACP group
  • Institutions
  • The Instruments
  • Economic and Trade Co-operation
  • Boosting ACPu0092s WTO Presence
  • Highlights of the ACP-EU Agreement
  • Financial Resources of the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement
  • Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)
  • Trade in Services
  • The Pacific: a diverse region builds a foundation for co-operation
  • The u0091Tyranny of Distanceu0092
  • Vulnerable Island States
  • Globalization Necessitates Stronger Regional Co-operation
  • Conflict u0096 An Obstacle to Sustainable Development
  • Uneven Levels of Social and Economic Development
  • Critical Environmental Issues
  • Protecting the Ocean u0096 An Invaluable Living Resource
  • A World First
  • Forests Under Threat
  • New Members Bring the Region Closer Together
  • Newcomers Under Cotonou
  • A Young, But Strong Regional Structure
  • Council of Regional Organisations in the Pacific (CROP)
  • The Pacific Islands Forum (PIF)
  • The Forum Secretariat
  • Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA)
  • Pacific Islands Development Programme (PIDP)
  • South Pacific Applied Geo-science Commission (SOPAC)
  • Se