UN peacekeeping with no Peace: Disorientation, Demoralization and scarcity in Mali

On July 13th, the U.N. envoy for West Africa and the Sahel issued an explicit warning to the United Nations Security Council. Mohamed Ibn Chambas explained that violent extremist activity in Malian border regions had increased significantly in the past few months, signaling a spread of hostilities from the northern desert expanses of Mali to Burkina Faso and Niger. Chambas commented that “efforts by member states in the region to deliver on development, improve infrastructure, create jobs and strengthen human security are being hampered by traditional and new drivers of conflict and insecurity.”

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