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Mali

Mali

Population: 17.99 mn.
GDP: $14.03 bn.
Debt: $3.78 bn.

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    Vol 53 No 20 |
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Come if you must

There is next to no political consensus in Mali itself for military intervention, however much support the UN and Ecowas can muster

President Dioncounda Traoré’s formal request to the United Nations was clear. On 18 September, he asked for a resolution for military intervention, under Chapter 7 of the UN Charte...


    Vol 53 No 20 |
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Mali a l’Amisom

Momentum is building for international backing for the proposed military intervention in Mali to expel the jihadists.


Dead preachers poser

The handling of the killing by Malian troops of 16 Islamic preachers, nine of them Mauritanian, threatens the delicate balance between the interim regime and the army, say Bamako s...


    Vol 53 No 18 |
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Sidelining Blaise

President Dioncounda Traoré has now officially requested military help from the Economic Community of West African States to help quell the revolt in the north. Sensitive to the po...


    Vol 53 No 17 |
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Intervention plan revealed

The UN and Ecowas are thinking about a military operation in the north: the question is how, rather than whether

Mali’s regional neighbours are planning a three-phase military intervention, according to a document from the Economic Community of West African States which Africa Confidential ...


    Vol 53 No 15 |
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The jihadists take over

The MNLA has lost out to AQIM and its allies in the north and may now offer its forces to fight them

In a desperate bid to hold itself together, a much weakened Mouvement national pour la libération de l’Azawad has abandoned its ambition of an independent Azawad state. The MNLA is...


    Vol 53 No 15 |
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Bamako drift

Mali’s transitional Prime Minister, Cheick Modibo Diarra, is now echoing the talk in the corridors of the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas) of creating an enlarged...


    Vol 53 No 13 |
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Tuareg splits widen

A complex interplay of tribal, kinship, ideological and nationalist allegiances lies just beneath the surface of the Tuareg revolt

When day dawns in northern Mali, another faction emerges. Sharp divisions have opened within the Mouvement national pour la libération de l’Azawad over how best to confront the jih...


    Vol 53 No 12 |
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Sanogo ponders compromise

There are signs the coup leader, if not his radical civilian supporters, may be moving to restore constitutional rule

Captain Amadou Haya Sanogo has begun to distance himself from his hardline radical supporters and could well be on the road back to accepting constitutional rule. Sources in Bamako...


    Vol 53 No 12 |
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Pushing the putsch

Captain Amadou Sanogo’s military followers duly saluted his 20 May deal to back Dioncounda Traoré as interim President, but his radical civilian allies were determined to press ah...


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