Although the war in Libya is responsible for generating increased insecurity in the Sahel, in several respects it has just worsen existing problems, wider than only terrorism. The start of a new rebellion in the north of Mali and the overthrow of the Malian president Tinder Toumani Touré are revealing those plural stakes, returning to the states fragility as well than to people and arms traffic or to the struggle for influence around traffics. Facing those daunting challenges, setting up a global, integrated EU Sahel strategy represents a real opportunity to reduce the insecurity which is directly affecting the European countries and theirs citizens. However, while its added value could be real, its efficiency demands it to get the sufficient resources allocated to its implementation, and to be really communitarian.
By Antonin TISSERON, Research Felloq at the Thomas More Institute
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