Networked security between “restraint” and “responsibility”? Germany’s security policy towards Africa

Professor Ulf Engel


Ulf Engel assesses the recent evolution of German security policy towards and engagement in Africa which should serve as a useful comparative model for Canada. Notably, in 2014 the German government adopted a comprehensive and networked approach through its Africa Policy Guidelines which is something completely lacking in Canada.

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