The Guardian Mali: five key facts about the conflict The Guardian This speed was only possible because the necessary political framework had already been laid down by a new-look Tuareg group called the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad...
The Guardian The dangers of intervention in Mali The Guardian Third, the crisis in Mali needs to be looked at in the regional context. This means going beyond the provision of military support to the regional body of ECOWAS.
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Foreign Affairs Making Sense of Mali Foreign Affairs Adding to the chaos, just weeks after that, fundamentalist Islamist groups, such as Ansar Dine, al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), and the Movement for Unity and Jihad in West Africa...
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I was intending to write about the impact we all suffer from the on-going stress that the series of fiscal cliffs—this one the debt ceiling—are causing, but I think the more serious issue is the chronic uncertainty that the series of...
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