Big spending Sahel stabilisation efforts fray with second Mali coup and Déby’s death

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Issue 439 - 27 May 2021 | 15 minute read

Mali’s second coup d’état in less than a year, following the Chadian president’s death fighting on the frontline, are violent reminders of the stakes at play in the Sahel region, which veers from crisis to crisis despite ever larger efforts by regional governments and their international partners, who are pushing hard to catalyse much-needed investment flows into suffering economies.

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