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Vol 42 No 7

Published 6th April 2001


Entente partiale

The latest episode in the convergence of Africa policy between France and Britain - a Whitehall-sponsored conference of officials, academics and journalists from both countries on 2 April - showed outstanding differences between the two in West and Central Africa. Discussion grew animated when British and French officials were asked if their views on Presidents Charles Taylor's and Blaise Compaoré's support for the Revolutionary United Front had indeed converged.

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