Profiteering Influencing Conflict in Central African Republic

A new report by the Enough Project illustrates how violent politico-criminal entrepreneurship has become a booming business, the main source of employment for disillusioned youths in rural areas, and a lucrative opportunity for violent mercenaries from neighboring countries including Chad and Sudan.

Anti Balaka fighters at Bangui (file photo).

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