Africa has grown at a remarkable rate over the past decade. Europe, 14 km away, must look to Africa, generously manage migratory flows, ensure, in the short term, a dominant position, economically and culturally speaking.
Today the European Union faces great challenges and challenges, such as the completion of monetary union, which do not require a British presence to carry them out.
This week, Europe and China signed a modest agreement to protect each other's appellations of origin from several foods and beverages, from Greek Feta cheese to "Pixian" hot bee sauce.
In an interconnected market, a paralysis of commercial exchanges would be fatal for a large part of the productive fabric of industries.