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Tag Archives | Mali

  • via Wikipedia

    Timbuktu’s ‘Festival in the Desert’ may be Catalyst for Peace

  • via Youtube

    What Did the Arab Spring Accomplish?

  • Clara Padovan/UN

    Al Qaeda’s Growing Influence in Central Africa

  • A family uprooted by the violence in Central African Republic living out of a plane at the Bangui International Airport. Photo: S. Phelps

    An Overlooked Crisis in the Central African Republic

  • French troops stationed in Mali

    Mali is in Al Qaeda’s Crosshairs

  • U.S. officials have underestimated Al Qaeda's capacity to inflict damage on U.S. interests

    Al Qaeda’s Continued Challenge

  • A French soldier aims his rifle during “Operation Sangaris” as shots are fired in the Central African Republic (CAR). Source: The Huffington Post

    France’s Nineteenth-Century Foreign Policy Fails in the Twenty-First Century

  • A soldier stands guard on the Thai side of the river as people prepare to cross into Malaysia in Sungai Kolok in southern Narathiwat province, March 8, 2013.  Source: Reuters

    Dim Prospects for Peace in Southern Thailand

  • President Barack Obama in the Oval Office with Thomas E. Donilon, left, the national security adviser, and John O. Brennan, his top counterterrorism adviser.  Pete Souza/White House

    Unmanned Aerial Drones: If Kill You Must…

  • Libyan rebel rests after a battle with Qaddafi's forces

    Has the Arab Spring Failed?

  • Accused: Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto in the dock at the ICC. ICC-CPI

    Is the ICC Guilty of Hunting Africans?

  • French troops assist Malian soldiers at Bamako's airport.  Jerome Delay/AP

    Mali’s Recovery is Dependent on International Aid

  • Mali's new president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, garnered 78 percent of the vote

    Mali’s Road Ahead

  • A Senegalese UN peacekeeper patrols Kidal, Mali. Marco Dormino/UN

    Results for Mali’s First Round Elections

  • A Malian man votes at a polling station in the Ecole de la République in Bamako, Mali, during the presidential election.  Marco Dormino/UN

    Mali’s ‘Old Guard’ Set to Win

  • A June agreement between the government and rebels allowed elections to go forward.  Source:

    Challenges before Mali’s Sunday Election

  • Pictured are Malian government forces.  Malian soldiers now control the northern city of Timbuktu, after months of occupation by armed extremist groups.  Blagoje Grujic/UN

    Mali’s Elections Need to be Inclusive

  • Christian Science Monitor

    China’s Response to the Islamist Threat in Mali

  • French soldiers in an armored vehicle stop for a break near the mountains north of Douentza, Mali. David Lewis/Reuters

    Mali Elections need Transparency

  • Malian refugee at Mentao camp in Burkina Faso.  Pablo Tosco/Oxfam

    Road to Mali: the UN’s Newest Peacekeeping Mission

  • French President François Hollande

    Hollande’s Confidence in Mali’s Elections

  • A Swedish instructor watches as Malian soldiers practice arming their weapons in the village of Koulikoro, outside Bamako, Mali. Source: The Washington Times

    Mali Elections may be in Trouble if France Leaves

  • President Barack Obama meets with, from left, President Macky Sall of Senegal, President Joyce Banda of Malawi, President Ernest Bai Koroma of Sierra Leone, and Prime Minister José Maria Pereira Neves of Cape Verde in the Cabinet Room of the White House, March 28, 2013. Pete Souza/White House

    Obama’s 2013 Africa Visit

  • A local resident passing a mosque in Timbuktu in 2007.  Photo: Emilio Labrador

    Mali’s Future depends on Successful Elections

  • Mali's President Dioncounda Traore in Senegal. Source: The Washington Times

    Islamists have struck Timbuktu

  • A suicide car bomber hit a checkpoint about 5 miles from Timbuktu, injuring seven Malian soldiers. Five insurgents were killed and one captured. Photo: Yeah Samake

    A Trip Through the Heart of Mali

  • A French soldier wearing a skeleton mask in Niono, Mali. Source: Huffington Post

    Assessing U.S. Foreign Policy in Mali

  • Malian troops patrolling the northern town of Diabaly, Mali. Nic Bothma/AAP

    Mali was a Breeding Ground for Terrorists before Current Crisis

  • A French military convoy crossing Timbuktu during their military campaign against Islamic insurgents.  Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images

    Canada’s Mali Conundrum

  • Over 1,600 IDP's who had fled attacks receive emergency food and non-food items in Juba, Sudan.  Tim McKulka/UN

    Food, Disposable Income, and Rising Political Violence

  • Tuareg tribesman in Mali. Source: Al Jazeera

    Security Firms Seek Inroads in Mali

  • French soldiers at the military airbase in Bamako, Mali. Arnaud Roine/EPA

    Mali: U.S. Must Enforce Aid Accountability

  • Al Qaeda linked Ansar Dine fighters.  Source: Magharebia

    Implications of the Rise of Radical Muslim Groups in Libya

  • A Libyan rebel resting after a battle during Libya's uprising

    The Discourse of the ‘Arab Spring’ has been Misused

  • French armored vehicles patrol a road as they take part in operation Serval to assist Malian troops to push back an islamist rebel advance, North of Bamako, Mali. Arnaud Roine/EPA

    From Rwanda to Mali: France’s Chequered History in Africa

  • Magharebia

    Mali Intervention and Chickens

  • Eskinder Debebe/UN Photo

    The Mali Intervention: France, Islamic Fundamentalism and Africa

  • U.S. soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment deployed with Combined Joint Task Force- Horn of Africa, at Camp Lemonier, Djibouti

    The Next American Crusade: The U.S. Military Campaign in Africa

  • Ethnic Tuareg in Northern Mali. Source: Foreign Policy

    Mali is a Victim of Inconsistent U.S. Foreign Policy