Blog entries from: Critiquing Regional Integration

RegionsWatch was set up in February 2004 to "monitor work of regional organisations; raise awareness of other regionalisms; provide constructive & progressive critiques of global regional integration initiatives". This blog will seek to continue the work that was being done in RegionsWatch's Observatory

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November 8 2013

From Critiquing Regional Integration Fri Nov 8 2013, 21:50:00

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August 23 2013

From Critiquing Regional Integration Fri Aug 23 2013, 06:12:00

The decision by Africa to have a single currency has been a long-contested issue in African integration circles.

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August 7 2013

From Critiquing Regional Integration Wed Aug 7 2013, 07:38:00

Thanks to, I was compelled to put my thinking cap on (which I often like to leave off...): a Ghanaian "friend" asked me a dicey, juicy question about Burkina Faso politics (the President there (Compaoré) has been in power since 1987) and the possibility of the President there tweaking the constitution to remain in power.

A simple question brought about ramifications never thought possible: here's the case that ECOWAS Commission President is from Burkina; he is eyeing the Presidency himself in 2016.

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July 24 2013

From Critiquing Regional Integration Wed Jul 24 2013, 10:36:00

Communicating the ECOWAS Message (4): A New Roadmap for the Ouedraogo Commission(1)

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May 16 2013

From Critiquing Regional Integration Thu May 16 2013, 06:09:00

The GIABA Meeting should remind Ghana to support ratification of 2005 protocol establishing Criminal Investigative Intelligence Bureau for West Africa

'The Accidental Ecowas & AU Citizen':

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