Africa-Europe relationships: A multi-stakeholder perspective

This project looks at an under-examined yet crucial node of global politics: the plurality of socio-economic and political interaction underpinning the relationship between Africa and Europe.It aims to identity patterns of cooperation and recurrent obstacles in African-European multi-stakeholder dynamics.


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