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Meeting Notes - July 07, 2006

L’Union européenne en Afrique: Un partenaire stratégique dans les opérations de paix

Thierry Tardy

 

 

Le séminaire GCSP-IPA a abordé ces questions au cours de quatre sessions: : la première a traité de la relation UE-UA en termes généraux et s’est interrogée sur la nature de ce partenariat dans les domains de la paix et de la sécurité ; la deuxième session a examiné la situation au Darfour et la manière dont l’UE et l’UA ont interagi dans l’une des premières mises à l’épreuve de leur coopération au sein d’opérations de paix ; la troisième session a été consacrée au rôle de l’UE et de ses Etats membres dans le renforcement des capacités en Afrique ; enfin, le débat s’est concentré sur la relation triangulaire entre l’UE, l’UA et l’ONU, analysant les avantages comparatifs de chaque organization et les défis de ce partenariat tripartite.

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