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France’s Economy and the Recent Coups in Africa, A Domino of Losses


French interests in Africa seem to be haunted by seemingly endless coups. The French economy has long relied on the continent for the supply of raw materials and various natural resources, both above and below ground. This has helped ensure its competitiveness against global players who are enhancing their presence in Africa in the name of a new world order. Paris lost uranium and gold and wants to avoid losing oil, manganese, wood, diamonds, and precious stones. After each new coup in Africa, questions circulate about its instigators, as well as the level of resentment that the new rulers hold…

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