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How African Union members came to share power despite themselves

By John J. Hogan, Lecturer, International relations, University of Groningen
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The African Union (AU) held its first summit in 2002, establishing itself as a new international organisation. It also launched a new vision for African security cooperation.

Nearly two decades later, it is worth reflecting on the process that produced that vision. It may have something to teach us about international negotiations.

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