Economic and Political Development of Africa and the EU
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration (IJEBA), 2016, vol. IV, issue 4, 64-72
The EU, political and economic development in Africa is looks at the policies of European Union in respect to economics and politics in Africa. This study goes on to mention the main role of aid in the EU policy in shaping the economy and politics of Africa. With so much received from the union comparing to the less that can be seen on ground, this paper investigate what went wrong and who are sole responsible for the mishap. The advent of China reshaping the policy of EU in Africa in discussed in this paper. In other to be in the realm of affairs the EU suggests a partnership with the Chinese who have already been in the process of aiding without strings and being totally mindful of their business. The political class and their mismanagement is leading the continent into serious poverty and stagnated growth while the European remains quite and selective and meting out punishment to the offenders.
Keywords: Economic; Africa; Political development; Political Class (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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