Africa: The Next Hotbed of Terrorism?



Publisher:
Aspen Security Forum
Publication Date:
28 July 2016
Tags:
Africa, Conflict, Peace and Security, International Terrorism, United States, Canada and Africa

From ISIL and Al Qaeda in Libya and Mali, to Boko Haram in Nigeria and Cameroon, to Al Shabab in Somalia and Kenya, has the long suffering, but recently promising, continent become the latest breeding ground for terrorism? The panel included Cyril Sartor, Deputy Assistant Director for Africa, Central Intelligence Agency; Jennifer Cooke, Director, Africa Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Carter Ham, President, Association of the US Army; and was moderated by Eric Schmitt, National Security Correspondent, The New York Times 11:30


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