Pieter Devuyst joined the IEG Policy team in November 2017 as a News Analyst covering European Agricultural Policy. He previously worked for the think tank Farm Europe, the Research Service of the European Parliament, and the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO).
Pieter has a distinguished educational background in both EU and international politics, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in International Relations at Ghent University, and a Master’s degree in European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe.
His main areas of expertise are the Common Agricultural Policy, agri-food trade and agro-environmental policies.
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More than 100 pesticides, several of which are currently banned in the EU, were detected in water samples from rivers and canals across the EU.
The EU’s trade deficit for agricultural goods has declined drastically over the last ten years, the latest Eurostat statistics reveal.
Researchers found that the EU’s Geographical Indications are strongly concentrated in the south of Europe and listed a number of possible factors that could explain this uneven spread.
In an otherwise quiet week for European agri-food policy-makers, EU and Japanese leaders will meet in Brussels to assess the initial implementation of their bilateral free trade agreement.
The majority of German farmers are unhappy about the EU’s current Common Agricultural Policy, with nearly half of them favouring the abolishment of direct payments, a new survey has found.
The value of the EU’s agri-food exports increased for the fourth consecutive time at the start of the year, leading to an ever-higher trade surplus, the European Commission has reported.