Whoever governs, Britain’s Africa policy is tied to the UN and the EU

Marie Gibert, Nottingham Trent University [Republished under a Creative Commons license from The Conversation.] The hallmark of Britain’s policy towards Africa is continuity. Under the coalition, Africa has not taken the morality flavoured prominence it had in Labour’s foreign policy, but the core of the relationship has nonetheless been upheld. Of course, Britain’s colonial past …

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