January 13, 2013

France to the Rescue of Mali

Washington Post, Washington Post

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For now, Mr. Hollande's military move is a welcome expression of determination. But it can hardly be more than a stopgap measure, insufficient to reverse the occupation of the north. Mali must be rescued from becoming a failed state and a haven for the Islamic radicals.

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TAGGED: Francois Hollande, Europe, Ansar Dine, Mali, France, Africa

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