4. Revisiting the Georgetown Agreement: Comparative Regionbuilding in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific
Date of publication: May 2019
The 1975 Georgetown Agreement established the African, Caribbean, and Pacifi c (ACP) Group of States. The Group comprises Cuba and the 78 African (48), Caribbean (15), and Pacifi c (15) countries which are signatories to the Cotonou Agreement, an accord between the ACP and the European Union (EU) signed in 2000.