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Event

Angola’s External Relations in Africa

Monday 20 February 2012 17:30 to 18:30 GMT

Location

Chatham House, London

Participants

HE Georges Rebelo Chikoti, Minister for External Relations, Angola
Chair: Alex Vines, Research Director, Regional and Security Studies; and Head, Africa Programme, Chatham House


Type: Members Events

After decades of domestic conflict a formerly inward-looking Angola is opening up to Africa and the world. Angola is an emerging regional and continental power with increasing ambitions and presence in Africa. At the same time Angola is seeking to diversify its international relations in a multipolar world without neglecting traditional key relationships. The Minister will speak on Angola’s policy agenda for Africa, Angola’s traditional alliances, and the opportunities and tensions that its emergence in Africa may create with other international partners.

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FM Georges Rebelo Chikoti on Angola's External Relations in Africa

Resources:

Audio (MP3) Angola’s External Relations in Africa – Georges Rebelo Chikoti (Click to download)

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Filesize: 16.27 MB, Length: 35:24

Audio (MP3) Q&A Recording (Click to download)

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Filesize: 12.32 MB, Length: 26:47

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