The Cooperation Concept, the Theories in the Presence and Origin of the International Organization of the Francophonie: 1981-2016
AbstractIn the aftermath of the Second World War, which took place from 1939 to 1945, African countries began to claim their independence from their respective metropolises in turn. In 1945, the United Nations (UN) had to play a very important role on the international scene. Its objective was to develop friendly relations between nations, based on respect of the principles of equality, the rights of peoples to self-determination. This approach has not left the Republic of Congo indifferent, which continues to cooperate with friendly countries and international organizations in order to ensure its development and to join the concert of nations. In this momentum it is a question of reviewing the presentation of the theory present, following a critical analysis of the theory, then retaining only the theoretical substrate that has survived the critical analysis and which will therefore guide our study. This article, which began with 1981, is justified by Congo's accession to the OIF and 2016, the date of the 2016 presidential election.Keywords: Cooperation, theories in the presence, OIF, partnership development
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