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Policy Brief – MALI: Managing the Damage of a Complex Context [JULY, 2012]


The complex nature of the Malian political impasse exacerbated by the intricacy of insurgency in the north has received global attention with divergent explanations and dimensions to the conflict. It is however generally agreed that it has become a cause of grave human insecurity all over the country and beyond as a threat to stability in West Africa since the Captain Amadou Haya Sanogo-led military coup of March 22, 2012.

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“From the Field” Series — MEDIATING COMPLEX COMMUNITY CONFLICTS: Lessons from Jos Plateau, Nigeria and Bawku, Upper West of Ghana

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