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African Union - Official Site

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International organization founded as the Organization of African Unity to promote cooperation among the independent nations of Africa. Listing and profiles of member ...

African Union - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The African Union (AU) is a continental union consisting of 54 countries in Africa. The only African state that is not a member is Morocco, due to the status of the ...

African Union - The African Union Organization

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The African Union is one of the world's most important intergovernmental organizations. It is composed of 53 countries in Africa and is loosely based on ...

Home | The African Union - United States Mission

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Africa Logistics Forum The Africa Logistics Forum (ALF) organized by Africa Center for Strategic Study in partnership with African Union Commission, Peace and ...

African Union - The New York Times

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News about the African Union. Commentary and archival information about the African Union from The New York Times.

African Union - facebook.com

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African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 259,646 likes · 1,839 talking about this · 10,248 were here. A UNITED & STRONG AFRICA

World News: African Union--The Guardian

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As diplomats warn of country ‘going to hell’, African Arguments suggests how the escalating violence can be halted

The African Union - Council on Foreign Relations

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The African Union (AU), formed in 2002 from the vestiges of the Organization for African Unity (OAU), aims to protect the security of the continent, rather ...

The African Union's Conflict Management Capabilities ...

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The African Union's Conflict Management Capabilities An IIGG Working Paper. Author: Paul D. Williams, associate professor, George Washington University