Burkina Faso and the Looming Jihadist Threat to West Africa

Ten years ago, the prospect that Nigeria would become a jihadist hotspot—let alone the world's third “most terrorized” country after Iraq and Afghanistan—received hardly any consideration (Africanews.com, December 6). Nevertheless, much has changed in ten years. Today the situation in northeastern Nigeria is worse than any predictions made a decade ago. Moreover, the violence from Nigeria has spilled over into …

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