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France-Africa Relations

Tag Archives | France-Africa Relations

  • French troops stationed in Mali

    Mali is in Al Qaeda’s Crosshairs

  • 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

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  • 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 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: news.com.au

    Challenges before Mali’s Sunday Election

  • Christian Science Monitor

    China’s Response to the Islamist Threat in Mali

  • 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

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

    Mali’s Future depends on Successful Elections

  • 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

  • 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

  • Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations

    Mali, the Next Jihadist State

  • Ansar Dine militia fighters in Northern Mali.  Source: Al Jazeera

    Mali’s Chaos opens the door to Western Intervention

  • Sidiki Lamine Sow, Permanent Representative of Mali to the United Nations Office at Geneva, addresses the Human Rights Council (HRC).  Jean-Marc Ferré/UN

    Why is Mali Spiraling out of Control?

  • French President Nicolas Sarkozy greets British Prime Minister David Cameron at the Elysee Palace in Paris April 13, 2011

    Europe Rising, French and British Engagement in Africa