Analysis: Mali's woes could help U.S. with longer-term goals

04/11/2012 | Atlantic online, The

The conflict in the West African country of Mali could present an opportunity for the U.S. to advance national-security interests on the continent, writes Arizona State University professor G. Pascal Zachary. The Sahara region is a main feature of the Pentagon’s Africa military strategy, and Mali has quietly been recruited to help with counterterrorism efforts against al-Qaida, he writes.

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