Is Africa at a Turning Point?

A general view shows the headquarters of the African Union (AU) building in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa

The Summit of Abidjan can serve as a turning point in the relations between Africa and Europe.

The Summit of Abidjan can serve as a turning point in the relations between the two continents. Old-fashioned, paternalistic relations between European countries and their former African colonies are being relegated to the past. Instead, a win-win partnership is taking shape which can encompass new, pressing issues, such as the environment and migration. A global vision that must prevail in Abidjan to revitalize cooperation.

Ahmed Charai, a Moroccan publisher, is on the board of directors of the Atlantic Council, the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Center for the National Interest.

Image: Reuters

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