GEOPOLITICAL OVERVIEW OF CONFLICTS 2017

September 2017: “The progress in Mali is notable”, says the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, “but it is still very fragile, especially in light of recent confrontations between armed groups and the recurring attacks all over the country. New processes, institutions and laws have not brought significant improvements to the daily lives of the Malian population and there are still difficulties getting the humanitarian aid through. The window of opportunity for the Government to make good on the long-awaited dividends of peace is slowly closing…”1. This is the tragic assessment of a conflict that broke out nearly six years ago in the epicentre of Western Africa for which there is still no real end in sight and which poses a complex threat to its closest European neighbours that crosses borders with total impunity and threatens to destroy the future of millions of Africans.

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