Governance and security challenges in the Sahel

A 26 July putsch in Niger has new implications for regional stability and the fight against jihadism in the Sahel.

Francophone West Africa’s most recent crop of military leaders have all promised ‘transition’, to include elections by end-2024.  But how far each of these political processes go is questionable: none of the juntas look particularly secure, but neither do their leaders seem keen on handing over power.

Malian President Assimi Goita, Presidency Mali

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