Marshall Plan and Compact with Africa: A Critical Comment on the New EU-Africa Partnerships

The German Federal Government did not show much interest in African affairs in the period after World War II and preferred to leave Africa to the French and the English who had much closer connections to their former colonies. One exception was Horst K√∂hler. As President of the Republic, he frequently traveled to Africa, brought … Continue reading Marshall Plan and Compact with Africa: A Critical Comment on the New EU-Africa Partnerships