The Central and Eastern Europe Development (CEED) Institute in cooperation with the Polish Centre for African Studies just published a major study titled "Africa-Europe on the Global Chessboard: The New Opening."
The objectives of the study are threefold. First, it seeks to critically discuss major economic, political and social trends in Sub-Saharan Africa. Second, it examines an on-going shift in Africa's international relations with the outside world where Europe's clout is waning and South-South cooperation is on the rise. Third, it seeks to better understand the business and political practices of developing countries in Africa and provide food for thought to the European Union, whose business presence in Africa has been alarmingly limited.