Show Less
Restricted access

Africa in 21st Century US and EU Agendas

A Comparative Analysis

Series:

Lola Raich

This book investigates issues pertaining to the US and EU agendas in Africa since the dawn of the new century. It discusses how the African continent has featured within the US and EU foreign policy agendas, by looking at ensuing gaps between a rhetoric that claimed to have put Africa within the high politics agenda and the reality. The case studies analyse the reasons for the very different acknowledgements of USAFRICOM and JAES P&S, even though both policies state to aim the same: support Africa in tackling its own security concerns. The book concludes with a deliberation on which of the two outlooks seems to offer an appropriate approach to the context and which offers pragmatic solutions.
Show Summary Details
Restricted access

References & Selected Bibliography

Extract



Abrahamsen, R., ‘Blair’s Africa: The Politics of Securitization and Fear’, in Alternatives, Volume 30, Issue No.: 1, 2005.

Abrahamsen, R., ‘The Power of Partnerships in Global Governance’, in Third World Quarterly, Volume 25, Issue No.: 8, 2004.

ACP-EC, Partnership Agreement 2003 available at: http://ec.europa.eu/development/icenter/repository/Cotonou_EN_2006_en.pdf, last accessed on 01.03.2010.

You are not authenticated to view the full text of this chapter or article.

This site requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books or journals.

Do you have any questions? Contact us.

Or login to access all content.