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The Africa Policy of Normative Power Eu Considering Cotonou Agreement and Promotion of Epas

Christoph Vogel

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28 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.1in.Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: 1, 0, University of Cologne (Forschungsinstitut fr Politische Wissenschaft und Europische Fragen), course: Multilateralism and the EU, language: English, abstract: Economic relations between the EU and ACP countries have a long tradition. After Yaound conventions in the 1960s, 1975 the first Lom Agreement was established between ACP countries and EC member states. Between 1975 and 2000 EU and ACP countries ran four subsequent Lom conventions replaced by Cotonou agreement now. Lom was concerned to be an agreement providing ACP countries better access to European markets in order to push economic development and build up domestic production. The emergence of WTO in 1995 changed the regulatory framework for regional trade agreements in such a way, that Lom IV could not pass into a fifth version. In order to be compliant with WTO measures, a new agreement was worked out 2000 in Cotonou. It came into power in 2002. The complete establishment of that treaty it is still far from becoming reality, as a considerable number of ACP countries have still not negotiated EPAs. A crucial issue in these negotiations is the division of ACP countries in six groups for regional EPAs. This division does not merge with other regional trade and political networks in Sub-Saharan Africa and does not include all ACP countries. With good governance having emerged as a vital issue in international politics and especially in EUs agenda, a relevant number of non-economic issues found their way into Cotonou agreement. By linking trade agreements and development aid with the spread of European or Western democracy standards those different fields were brought into contact. The major question of the following research shall be, whether EU trade policy towards ACP countries is supposed to be an instrument serving the diffusion of human rights and democracy or rather a smoke screen This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783656047025

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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Africa, grade: 1,0, University of Cologne (Forschungsinstitut für Politische Wissenschaft und Europäische Fragen), course: Multilateralism and the EU, language: English, abstract: Economic relations between the EU and ACP countries have a long tradition. After Yaoundé conventions in the 1960s, 1975 the first Lomé Agreement was established between ACP countries and EC member states. Between 1975 and 2000 EU and ACP countries ran four subsequent Lomé conventions replaced by Cotonou agreement now. Lomé was concerned to be an agreement providing ACP countries better access to European markets in order to push economic development and build up domestic production. The emergence of WTO in 1995 changed the regulatory framework for regional trade agreements in such a way, that Lomé IV could not pass into a fifth version. In order to be compliant with WTO measures, a new agreement was worked out 2000 in Cotonou. It came into power in 2002. The complete establishment of that treaty it is still far from becoming reality, as a considerable number of ACP countries have still not negotiated EPAs. A crucial issue in these negotiations is the division of ACP countries in six groups for regional EPAs. This division does not merge with other regional trade and political networks in Sub-Saharan Africa and does not include all ACP countries. With 'good governance' having emerged as a 'vital' issue in international politics and especially in EU's agenda, a relevant number of non-economic issues found their way into Cotonou agreement. By linking trade agreements and development aid with the spread of European or Western democracy 'standards' those different fields were brought into contact. The major question of the following research shall be, whether EU trade policy towards ACP countries is supposed to be an instrument serving the diffusion of human rights and democracy or rather a 'smoke screen

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