The Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES) and its associated Action Plan, which were adopted in Lisbon in December 2007, are designed to change the nature of relations between Africa and Europe.
How have the ambitious ideals and measures set out in the strategy and action plan been put into practice one year after the their adoption? This paper addresses the question through a description of the JAES and of the activities undertaken during the past year, an analysis of the development of its key elements, and a commentary on key challenges for 2009.
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