The Mutiny May Be Over, but the Ivorian Army's Problems Are Not

The country's military crisis can be seen as a social problem which questions the way economic gains have been shared, write Jeremy Allouche and Oswald Padonou for African Arguments.

An Ivorian soldier patrolling in Saho village in the west of the country (file photo).


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