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L'Europe en Formation

2010/2 (n° 356)



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1This article will investigate the contrasting approaches by the EU towards the Mediterranean region and towards Africa. Despite the earlier interest shown in the Mediterranean region, and the substantial declarations, statements and initiatives that followed on from the Barcelona process, fifteen years later relations between the EU and the Mediterranean appear overwhelmed in a quagmire of confusion,...

Plan de l'article

  1. Introduction
  2. Governance and development
  3. EU-Africa relations – historical overview
  4. From development to governance
  5. Security – changing the relationship
  6. Regionalism – the African way or Europe as model?
  7. ‘Has Africa got anything to say?’3
  8. Bridging the gap between EU-Mediterranean and EU-Africa
  9. Conclusion
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