“The Fight Against Terrorism in the Sahel: What Role for the EU?”, Mamadou Camara and Moussa Khoré Traoré (CIFE)

Since the end of Gaddafi’s reign in Libya and the outbreak of violence and conflict across north Mali, the Sahel region has become a battleground for terrorist armies. Cross-border terrorism has a particularly noxious effect on Mali, which has become the epicenter of terrorist movements due to the presence of armed groups in the north and the center of the country. A number of case studies are examined in this fascinating policy paper.

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