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L’ambition de la coopération territoriale européenne pour l’Indianocéanie : vers une communauté de destin ?

Abstract : European territorial cooperation, known by the acronym Interreg, is deployed in the Indianoceanic area from the outermost regions of Reunion and Mayotte, in order to facilitate their integration into their regional environment. At the rate of the major developments in this cooperation, which are taking shape from the 1990s to the present day and which will be analyzed here through the prism of the European cohesion policy, links are being forged between these French regions and neighboring third countries. Privileged relations are established in particular between the islands of the Indian Ocean Commission, forming the hard core of Indianoceania, as well as with border countries and some states, known as the third circle in the Indian Ocean, with less proven relations. Cooperating, “cum pere”, working together, is perceived by all as an imperative necessity in the face of common challenges and issues, despite the constraints and limits inherent in cooperation. Forging together a community of destiny, beyond contradictions and territorial conflicts, should become a common ambition.
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Pongérard-Payet Hélène. L’ambition de la coopération territoriale européenne pour l’Indianocéanie : vers une communauté de destin ?. Carnets de Recherches de l'océan Indien, Université de La Réunion, 2022, pp.91-108. ⟨10.26171/carnetsoi_0805⟩. ⟨hal-03710088⟩

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