Act Alliance EU and CIFCA are delighted to share with you a joint analysis on the results of the EU-CELAC Summit that took place last June in Brussels, bearing also in mind all the events organized around the Summit.

The main thesis in this article argues the end of a cycle whose long-term objectives no longer seem to provide a sense of purpose or offer a perspective of leading to results with strategic importance for the EU-CELAC “strategic relationship”. Which are the reason for this “end of cycle”? Which has been the role of the EU, of CELAC and of other actors involved in the Summit and its discussions? These questions and possible answers may be found in the analysis, available here in English: