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Vol 64 No 22

Published 2nd November 2023

Central African Republic

Touadéra stirs the geopolitical cauldron

The President is stronger as a result of changes in western policy so long as he can navigate multiple regional rivalries and manage security risks

The United Nations, the Bretton Woods institutions, ambassadors in Bangui, the Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale (CEMAC) and a slew of regional bodies met on 23 October to assess how the Luanda roadmap, and the Khartoum Agreement between the government and the plethora of armed groups had been implemented.

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