From OAU to AU: New Wine in Old Bottles?

@inproceedings{Adejo2009FromOT,
  title={From OAU to AU: New Wine in Old Bottles?},
  author={Armstrong Matiu Adejo},
  year={2009}
}
The coming to fruition of the African Union at the seminal assembly of African states, held in July 2002 in South Africa, ‘closed the shop’ on the Organization of African Unity which had been in existence since May 1963. Incidentally, this momentous development came a little over a century since the first ever Pan-African Conference was held in London. This development has generated much excitement among African analysts, albeit with some cautious predispositions regarding the future of the new… CONTINUE READING

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