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ECOWAS, EAC, and the comparative efficacies of free movement protocols across the African continent

November 30, 2015

By Moses Onyango and Jean-Marc Trouille Africa, traditionally the poorest continent, has been undergoing profound changes, illustrated by higher growth rates for over a decade. This has brought a sense among African policymakers that trade facilitation measures and tighter cooperation around joint regional markets are crucial to make this burgeoning prosperity sustainable. Whilst a vast … Continue reading “ECOWAS, EAC, and the comparative efficacies of free movement protocols across the African continent”


Schengen and free circulation at the crossroads: lessons for the East African Community?

October 6, 2015

By Moses Onyango and Jean-Marc Trouille: In many parts of the world, geopolitics is confronted with two contending trends. On the one hand, numerous countries are engaged in a process of regional economic integration, epitomised by the more advanced model of the European Union (EU), which requires ‘internal’ borders between participating states to become more … Continue reading “Schengen and free circulation at the crossroads: lessons for the East African Community?”


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