A new Multilateralism for the Post-COVID World: What Role for the EU-Africa Partnership?

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Posted Apr 17, 2021 | European Think Tanks Group, Chloe Teevan, Luca Barana, Daniele Fattibene et al

As multilateral organisations, the European Union and the African Union are invested in the multilateral system and have stated their commitment to effective multilateralism. The entry into force of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) in 2021 constitutes a major step towards a uniquely African multilateralism. In their article for the European Think Tanks Group, Chloe Teevan, Luca Barana, Daniele Fattibene et al discuss steps that European actors can take to improve multilateral cooperation with the AU and Africa. They examine how the EU, the AU and their respective members are responding to shifts in the global order, identify the core interests of each side, and discuss ways to improve EU cooperation with Africa in the UN Security Council and the G20.


https://ettg.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ETTG_new_multilateralism_post-Covid-April_2021_final.pdf

 

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