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The EU and Africa: From Eurafrique to Afro-Europa (Columbia/Hurst)

Editore: Columbia University Press
ISBN 10: 0231703961 / ISBN 13: 9780231703963
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Titolo: The EU and Africa: From Eurafrique to ...

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The essays in this volume confront the historical, political, socioeconomic, and cultural dimensions of the European Union's relationship with Africa. Following the high imperial period of the nineteenth century, many in Europe encouraged the development of a partnership called "Eurafrique," which would have granted European industries privileged access to African resources. This book begins with Europe's attempts to refashion its relations with Africa, particularly after several countries achieved independence in the 1960s. At the same time, it details the historical processes behind Europe's own quest for unity and follows with an exploration of the strategic aspects of Europe and Africa's relationship today.

Contributors particularly focus on the place of Africa within the EU's pursuit of global partnerships. Key topics include trade and investment, security and governance, migration and identity, and the potential legacy of contemporary relations. The volume closely analyzes key European players, such as France, Britain, Portugal, and Scandinavia, within the context of the EU. It also examines Europe's controversial immigration policies and complex interactions with the Maghreb and the Mediterranean, as well as perceptions of past and present European identity. The study concludes with a probing look at whether Africa and Europe have escaped the burden of their shared history and whether a future "Afro-Europa" relationship, defined by genuine equality, partnership, and mutual self-interest, can be achieved.


Adekeye Adebajo is execu¬tive director of the Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) in Cape Town, South Africa. A former Rhodes scholar at Oxford University, he is the author of The Curse of Berlin: Africa After the Cold War and UN Peacekeep¬ing in Africa, among other books.

Kaye Whiteman is a journalist and writer focusing on African affairs. He is a London-based editorial adviser to Business Day (Nigeria) and writes for The Guardian, The Annual Register, Afrique Asie, and Geopolitique Africaine. He is a former editor in chief and managing editor of the London-based weekly magazine, West Africa.

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