Mali

Podcast
Aug 31, 2013
Karlee Sapoznik on slavery

Karlee Sapoznik on slavery and social change

face2face
In this episode Karlee gets passionate about social change, making a difference and how slavery is something we should not turn a blind eye towards.
Podcast
May 14, 2013

French military presence in Mali to continue

Redeye
Earlier this year France began a military involvement in the West African nation of Mali. Last month the French parliament voted to extend their involvement.
Blog
May 7, 2013

International intervention heats up in Mali

Roger Annis
Mali is undergoing a new colonization looking a lot like what Haiti has endured since 2004. French parliament votes to extend combat mission while UN Security Council readies a policing force.
News
Feb 25, 2013

No sign of peace or reconciliation in Mali

Roger Annis
France perpetrated two large deceptions in conducting its military intervention into Mali six weeks ago. These have been universally accepted in mainstream media reporting.
News
Feb 4, 2013

France says it's in Mali 'for the long haul'

Roger Annis
France's Le Monde newspaper argues for a long-term, Haiti-style tutelage of Mali. The Harper government in Ottawa can be expected to fall seamlessly into line.
Blog
Feb 4, 2013
Photo: Senior Airman Brandi Hansen, U.S. Air Force/Released/Flickr

Our military objectives in Mali make no sense

Gerry Caplan
Do France's objectives for Operation Serval, its military intervention in Mali, make sense? This question matters to everyone, not least to the countries from which France is seeking assistance.
Podcast
May 24, 2012

Azawad: Can this breakaway African state work?

Africafiles: The Pulse
A Tuareg group declared the independence of northern Mali in April. Africafiles explores the implications and future of an independent Azawad.
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