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L'évolution du partenariat UE-ACP de Lomé à Cotonou : de l'exception à la normalisation

  • Thierry Montalieu

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    (LEO - Laboratoire d'économie d'Orleans - CNRS - UO - Université d'Orléans)

  • Catherine Haguenau-Moizard

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    (IDEA - Institut de droit économique et des affaires - UO - Université d'Orléans)

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    The Cotonou agreement is a turning point in the relations between E.U. and ACP countries. This partnership tended to support development by using the classical means of financial assistance but also with commercial tools. The arbitration of the banana crisis by the WTO's dispute settlement mechanism in 1997 has led to the termination of the non-reciprocal preferences which benefited to the ACP countries. The debate on EU\'s financial cooperation scheme takes place in a context of international reflexion about the conditionality of official development assistance, in its contents and proceedings. The EU could also loose its originality and become a simple actor of a new international consensus managed by the Bretton Woods Institutions (new strategies for aleviating poverty) and the United Nations System (millenium goals).

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