Mali: France says ‘Ça suffit’, Enough is Enough


When the latest coup took place in Mali on May 24th, 2021 until now, the situation in the country has undergone a series of major changes. The most relevant is the French decision to suspend its military cooperation with Mali and to start thinking seriously about ending Operation Barkhane. However, such a scenario would open the door to increased instability in the country and the region, as what happens in Bamako has a contagion effect on neighboring countries, as seen with jihadist terrorism and inter-ethnic violence. Moreover, Paris’s departure leaves a vacuum as to which international actor will fill its…

This content is for Q17c Membership, Classified Membership, and LifeTime Patriot Membership members only.
Login Join Now
QNavy is a pool of 3 former Navy Officers, U.S. Navy & French Navy, who served proudly their countries, specialized in conflict analysis as per their respective skills & experience on Special Ops. #NavyVetUnited

Russian Navy: Belgorod Nuclear Sub begins its First Sea Trials

Previous article

‘Smoke and Mirrors’, Kamala’s Visit at the Border

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in Analysis