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Vol 59 No 20

Published 12th October 2018


Going bilateral on migration

Although the African Union was unable to corral member states behind a common stance on trade negotiations with Europe in Addis Ababa last month, the European Union is just as divided on migration policy. Hungary delayed adoption of the EU's common negotiating mandate for about a month after demanding tougher rules on migrant returns. But the European Commission knows that this is a non-starter; African leaders won't agree to any toughening of conditions attached to migration flows.

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