Africa and the European Economic Community, 1957-1992

Author: Chikeka, Charles
Year:1993
Pages:236
ISBN:0-7734-9259-3
978-0-7734-9259-2
Price:179.95
This study addresses the economic relations between African countries and European powers, the form that they have taken in the past and may take in the new era of political independence and national development. Examines critically the economic and political implications of African states' participation in the EEC as associate members.

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgements

Chapter I: Introduction

Chapter II: The Treaty of Rome and its Application

Chapter III: The Yaounde Conventions

Chapter IV: EEC and Nonassociated African States

Chapter V: The Lome Conventions

Chapter VI: Eur-African Cooperation Under Lome III and IV

Chapter VII: Analysis and Observations, Economic Decolonization

Chapter VIII: In Retrospect

Bibliography

Addendum to Bibliography

Index