EU Observer (9 June 2021)
By Shada ISLAM
Sometimes it takes a little geopolitical competition to acknowledge the sins of the past.
For years, relations between the European Union and African countries ticked along more or less nicely.
The Lomé Convention, and the Cotonou Agreement which followed, focused on the EU's trade and aid relations with 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states.
Nobody was really happy with the "same old, same old" EU policies or European efforts to convince African governments to keep potential migrants at home.
But no one said so - until now.
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