Mukwaya, Aaron Kabweru kudaga (1985) The relationship between the European communities and the acp states, with particular reference to east Africa. Masters thesis, Durham University.
This study examines basis of the EC-ACP relationship since the Treaty of Rome. It provides the background to the European communities and the developments in the Community. Such developments influence the direction in the relationship between the EC and ACP states. The study deals with the factors that favour the continued relationship between the EEC and the ACP states, especially the East African states. In order to give a broader perspective to the East African states, the relationships have been traced from Part IV of Treaty of Rome, the Yaoundes, and lastly the Lome regime. This work is a new development in the study of East Africa and its external relations. This region has had a shared historial, economic, political and administrative background. This work is an important development in the regional external relationship of the developing as well as developed countries. The East African states illustrate the problems of the least developed countries both in the domestic and external relations. In general the study reveals the issues involved in the process of reducing the gap between the poor South and the rich North.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Award:||Master of Arts|
|Copyright:||Copyright of this thesis is held by the author|
|Deposited On:||15 May 2013 14:11|