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Vol 56 No 1

Published 9th January 2015


Mali

IBK on the back foot

Peace talks with Tuareg rebels and the President’s dented reputation both need their credibility restored

Deadlock in the peace talks with Tuareg rebels promises continued instability and paralysed development for northern Mali this year – unless Algerian mediators step up the pressure for compromise. That is the verdict of most observers on a peace process where both sides seem entrenched and the mediators are unwilling to use their influence to forge a compromise.

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