The Niger-Mali Border: Subordinating Military Action to a Political Strategy

The writers of this article argue that use of military force and non-state armed proxies to curtail jihadist groups along the Niger-Mali border may be stoking intercommunal conflict. The writers suggest that instead, a political approach which includes reconciliation, dialogue and, in some cases, pardons for militants should be adopted.

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