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Equals, Clients, or Dependents? A.C.P. relations with the E.E.C. under the lomé conventions - Collective Clientelism: the Lomé Conventions and North-South relations by John Ravenhill New York, Columbia University Press, 1985, Pp. xxi+389. $49.00.

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1 Jacques Ferrandi translated and quoted in Jones, David, Europe's Chosen Few: policy and practice of the E.E.C. aid programme (London, 1973), p. 69.

2 Commission of the European Communities, ‘EEC—ACP Trade Relations’, Brussels, December 1978, p. 12.

3 Noelke, Michael, ‘Europe and the Third World: a study of interdepence’, Commision of the European Communities, February 1979, p. 73.

1 Ibid. p. 94.

2 Commission of the European Communities, ‘Europe, Raw Materials, and the Third World’, May 1974, p. 30.

3 European Parliament, Consultative Assemly of the Lomé Convention (ACP-EEC), Third Meeting, Luxembourg, 27–29 September 1978 (Brussels, 1978), p. 24.

1 See Article 7, para. 2 (a) of the Lomé Convention, and Twitchett, Carol Cosgrove, ‘From Association to Partnership’, in Twitchett, Kenneth J. (ed.), Europe and the World: the external relations of the Common Market (London, 1976), p. 135.

1 Islam, Shada, ‘Hard Times for Europe's Textiles’, in Commission of the European Communities, Europe 81 (Brussels), 6, 06 1981, pp. 1011.

2 Farrands, Christopher, ‘The Political Economy of the Multifibre Arrangment’, in Stevens, Christopher (ed.), EEC and the Third World: a survey 2 — Hunger in the World (London, 1982).

3 Commission of the European Communities, Background Reporty, ‘Textiles and Clothing: general guidelines for an industrial policy’, Eurpean Community Information No. 78, Brussela, July 1978; 011and Financial Times (London), 17 01 1979.

4 Third A.C.P.—E.E.C. Lomé Convention signed on 8 December 1984, Part 3, Title 4, Ch. 1, in The Courier (Brussels), Special Issue, 89, January—February 1985.

Equals, Clients, or Dependents? A.C.P. relations with the E.E.C. under the lomé conventions - Collective Clientelism: the Lomé Conventions and North-South relations by John Ravenhill New York, Columbia University Press, 1985, Pp. xxi+389. $49.00.

  • Trevor W. Parfitt (a1)

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