Continental System

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Continental System

n
(Historical Terms) the Continental System Napoleon's plan in 1806 to blockade Britain by excluding her ships from ports on the mainland of Europe
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As a suggestion, the economic-military model that was previously described could be applied to several pairs of regional leaders and their neighbors in order to lay the basis for a comprehensive continental policy that eventually encompasses most of Africa and opens up a multitude of opportunities.
The dialogues at the AEP focus on common themes for Africa and are led by Africans with the aim of influencing continental policy by engaging directly with African leaders on matters of mutual interest.
The applicable insurance policies in Keene are substantially similar to the Continental policy at issue in this case.
Ethiopian "Prime Minister" Meles Zenawi, for example, echoed calls by another African ruler for creating "panAfrican" government ministries and noted that some continental policy was already being handled by AU agencies.