France and the evolution of sub-regional integration in Central Africa: the case of CEMAC
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Prior to 1870 French colonial possessions in Africa were limited to several offshore island and commercial enclaves on the coastal fringes of Central and West Africa. Several reasons accounted for this timid acquisition of African territories despite the fact that France has been involved in overseas colonial interests in other parts of the world for several millennia.
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