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African leaders gathered in Sirte, Libya, in 2001 came up with the idea of establishing the African Union (AU).
The institutions designed within the AU parallel those of the institutions within the European Union (EU), which is unquestionably the world’s most successful regional integration project.
The research aims at examining benefits AU would get and the limits it would confront in emulating a regional integration model similar to that of the EU, an institution established in and has been functioning in an utterly different situation.
Yared Tesfaye Aleme earned his M.A.
degree in International Relations (IR) from the Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia and his B.A.
degree in Political Science and International Relations (PSIR), from the same university.
Currently, he is working as a Political Advisor and Researcher at the Embassy of Japan, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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