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The Routledge Handbook of EU-Africa Relations

Toni Haastrup (Redaktør) ; Luis Mah (Redaktør) ; Niall Duggan (Redaktør)

This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in the relationship between the African continent and the EU, provided by leading experts in the field.


Structured into five parts, the handbook provides an incisive look at the past, present and potential futures of EU-Africa relations. Les mer
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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in the relationship between the African continent and the EU, provided by leading experts in the field.


Structured into five parts, the handbook provides an incisive look at the past, present and potential futures of EU-Africa relations. The cutting-edge chapters cover themes like multilateralism, development assistance, institutions, gender equality and science and technology, among others. Thoroughly researched, this book provides original reflections from a diversity of conceptual and theoretical perspectives, from experts in Africa, Europe and beyond. The handbook thus offers rich and comprehensive analyses of contemporary global politics as manifested in Africa and Europe.


The Routledge Handbook of EU-Africa Relations will be an essential reference for scholars, students, researchers, policy makers and practitioners interested and working in a range of fields within the (sub)disciplines of African and EU studies, European politics and international studies.


The Routledge Handbook of EU-Africa Relations is part of the mini-series Europe in the World Handbooks examining EU-regional relations and established by Professor Wei Shen.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction


Niall Duggan, Toni Haastrup and Luis Mah





PART I: Theorising Africa-EU relations through history





Introduction


Toni Haastrup





1. International Relations theory: Comparative reflections on EU-Africa relations


Olukayode A. Faleye





2. Regionalism and interregionalism in EU-Africa relations


Frank Mattheis





3. Applying postcolonial approaches to studies of Africa-EU relations


Rahel Weldeab Sebhatu





PART II Evolving governance in EU-Africa relations





Introduction


Mary Farrell


4. From the Treaty of Rome to Cotonou: Continuity and change in the governance of EU-Africa relations


Antonio Raimundo





5. Foreign policy and EU-Africa relations: From the European Security Strategy to the EU Global Strategy


Lesley Masters and Chris Landsberg





6. European External Action Service


Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters





7. European Neighbourhood Policy in the South Mediterranean


Anthony Costello





8. The evolution of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (2007- 2019)


Fergus Kell and Alex Vines





9. The African Union as an interlocutor in European Union-Africa relations?


John Akokpari and Primrose Z.J. Bimha





PART III: Issues in EU-Africa relations





Introduction


Nicoletta Pirozzi and Bernardo Venturi





10. EU development cooperation with Africa: The Holy Grail of coordination


Sarah Delputte and Jan Orbie





11. Democracy and human rights promotion


Edalina Rodrigues Sanches





12. Peace and security in the context of EU-Africa relations 175


Ueli Staeger and Tshepo Gwatiwa





13. Regional integration


Giulia Piccolino





14. Interregionalism and bilateralism in the context of EU-Africa relations


Andrzej Polus





15. Trade and the Economic Partnership Agreements in EU-Africa relations


Victor Adetula and Chike Osegbue


16. Africa-Europe science, technology and innovation cooperation: Trends, challenges and opportunities


John Ouma-Mugabe and Petronella Chaminuka





PART IV: External actors in Africa's international politics and the Africa-European Union relationship





Introduction


Andrew Cottey





17. Inter-organisational cooperation in flux? Impact of resources and state interests in the cooperation between the European Union, United Nations and African Union


Norman Sempijja





18. The China effect: African agency, derivative power and renegotiation of EU-Africa relations


Obert Hodzi





19. EU-Brazil-Africa triangular cooperation in the 21st century: Unfinished business


Carolina Pavese and Guilherme Ziebell de Oliveira





20. Toward a post-Westphalian turn in Africa-EU studies? Non-state actors and sustainable development


Mark Langan and Sophia Price





PART V: Opportunities to cooperate on new global challenges





Introduction


Asteris Huliaras and Sophia Kalantzakos





21. Migration and the Mediterranean Sea: A maritime bridge between the EU and Africa


Ana Paula Moreira Rodriguez Leite, Thauan Santos and Daniele Dionisio da Silva





22. Environment and climate change in the context of EU-Africa relations


Simon Lightfoot





23. The role of civil society in EU-Africa relations


Uzoamaka Madu


24. Agriculture and land in EU-Africa relations


Edward Lahiff


25. Gendering cooperation


Laura Davis





Conclusion


Luis Mah, Toni Haastrup and Niall Duggan

Om forfatteren

Toni Haastrup is Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Stirling in Scotland, United Kingdom.


Luis Mah is Lecturer in Development Studies at ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics and Management), Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; and an Associate at CEsA (Center for African and Development Studies) at ISEG. He is also a Policy and Advocacy Officer for ACEP (Association for the Cooperation of the People), a Portuguese development NGO.


Niall Duggan is Lecturer in the Department of Government and Politics at University College Cork, Ireland.