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This paper seeks to look at EU Trade and Development policies which seem to be at a crucial moment – crucial in the sense of the point at which the two policies meet and cross each other. The two ought to go in tandem, hand in hand; but in reality there are increasingly obstacles at the crossroads. The paper starts with a short historical overview of the basic philosophy, and then examines recent developments and where this may lead.