France and Francophone Africa

By | May 12, 2010

Stephen Smith writes in the BBC Focus on Africa Magazine about the relationship between France and its former colonies in Africa. One of the things he looks at is what has changed after the fall of the Berlin Wall and what has not. There is a little about the economic relations, but I miss a discussion of stuffs like the control of the CFA Franc by France – which basically means the control of the monetary policies of Francophone Africa.

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