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The Future of Niger Following The Break Off Military Cooperation With the U.S.A.


Hundreds took to the streets of Niger’s capital last April 13th to demand the departure of U.S. troops, after the ruling junta further shifted its strategy by ending a military accord with the United States and welcoming Russian military instructors. A few weeks ago, Niger’s ruling military junta announced the suspension with immediate effect of the military agreement allowing the presence of U.S. military and civilian personnel on its territory. The coup government spokesman stopped short of demanding that U.S. personnel leave, but stressed that their presence violates sovereignty. Following this declaration, defense cooperation between Niger and the U.S. is…

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