1. Introduction: Continuities and Changes in EU-Africa Relations 2. Evaluating a Contemporary Institution: Evolving EU-Africa Relations 3. Regionalising Security: The APSA and External Partners 4. EU Support to the African Standby Force: Amani Africa Cycles 5. Scapegoats and Heroes: Establishing a Small Arms Regime? 6. Change in Motion: Evolution between Layering and Conversion Conclusion: Transformation Deferred?
This book analyses security cooperation in the domain of inter-regionalism, addressing the emergence of the African Union as a regional actor and its impact on EU-Africa relations. It explores the transformative potential of security cooperation for equality, partnership and local ownership in EU-Africa relations.