What's in Store For War-Torn Mali in 2019

It was hoped that more resolutions would be found for the things that have gone wrong since the multi-dimensional crisis that was triggered in 2012. This seems unlikely as in under seven years, Malians witnessed an insurgency and coup d'état, intervention by French and West African troops, the establishment of a United Nations mission, and jihadist groups reorganising to extend violence from northern to central regions writes Jonathan Sears for The Conversation.

Malian military (file photo).


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