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France, Europe and Development Aid. From the Treaties of Rome to the Present Day
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Institut de la gestion publique et du développement économique
Date de publication
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Histoire économique et financière - XIXe-XXe
Langue
anglais
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France, Europe and Development Aid. From the Treaties of Rome to the Present Day

Institut de la gestion publique et du développement économique

Histoire économique et financière - XIXe-XXe

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This book is based on the proceedings of a major conference on France, Europe
and development aid, from the Treaties of Rome to the present day, organised
by the French Development Agency (AFD) and the Institute of Public Management
and Economic Development (IGPDE). It presents, in the form of a dialogue
between academics and major players in this field (Philippe de Fontaine Vive,
Dieter Frisch, Omar Kabbaj, Bernard Petit, Dov Zerah and Tertius Zongo), an
overview of development cooperation from the point of view of three key
players: the AFD together with the French government, the European Commission
and the recipient countries. France’s aid has, since 1945, clearly been driven
by humanitarian, moral and political considerations as well as by the defence
of French economic interests. It is one of the instruments of French influence
in international relations. What is the role of French development assistance
now that a “new” player, the European Commission, has been involved in this
field since 1958? What sort of development policy do the Member States of the
European Union and the Commission envisage? What role is there for France in
the European dimension of assistance? Is there still room for official
assistance within a liberalised economic area, in which private enterprise is
paramount? The answers provided to these questions show that European
societies do not view international relations simply in terms of economic
confrontation or cold indifference. The conference on 8 December 2011
celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Agence Française de Développement
(AFD), successor to the Caisse centrale de la France libre, which was created
by General de Gaulle in London on 2 December 1941.
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