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Malian Thief Describes Horrific Amputation
Mali's Struggle: Not Simply of Their Own Making
Professor of Politics and Chair of Mid-Eastern Studies, Univer...
Despite formally handing over power on April 12, however, the junta continued to arrest opponents and still wields considerable influence. Scattered fighting between rival armed forces erupted in the capital last week.
Mali: the Catastrophic Consequence of Humanitarian Intervention in Libya
Jean G. Tompihé
Founder, Ivorian Presidential Debate Commission
On April 6, 2012, the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, led by Tuareg rebels, declared the independence of North Mali. This declaration of independence is directly linked to the false promise of humanitarian intervention in Libya.
With Coup, Quiet #Mali Generates Noise On Twitter
Committee to Protect Journalists
The Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonpr...
What We Can Learn From Africa's Response to Mali
Founder and executive chairman of the nation branding and glob...
Leadership is back in Africa. Perhaps for the first time in the continent's history, an official body, the economic community of west African states has succeeded in ending a coup in a nearby nation. That's something to celebrate.
The Need to Protect Democracy in Mali
Morton H. Halperin
Senior advisor, Open Society Foundations
The international community must do everything in its power to reverse the coup d'état in Mali for the sake of the Malian people, for the future of democracy in West Africa and to strengthen the global norm against recognizing governments arising from military coups against democratic regimes.
SPECTACULAR 'OWN-GOAL': Rebels Strike Northern Garrison After Coup
Conflict in Mali Threatens to Escalate Food Crisis in Sahel Region
Director of Communications
Growing insecurity in Mali and northern Nigeria is disrupting the supply of food to communities suffering from a major food crisis affecting 13 million people in West Africa.
Mali Cries Out
Freelance Journalist and NGO operative
This has all been a long time coming. In northern Mali, a growing Touareg rebellion has created tens of thousands of refugees and has displaced many more than that. Yet this rebellion is far different from the rebellions of past decades.
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