Africa: The Playground of Power Players and Counterterrorism Guises

This report looks at how the The War on Terror has become a convenient shadow war for a monopoly over Africa’s vast reserves between old and new powers to ensure their future in a world of shrinking resources. It also explores how effective the presence of Western powers in counterterrorism initiatives has been in impeding the terror threat or the measures, or lack of, undertaken by regional states working with or being denied the chance of collaborative assistance by external powers driven by self interests.

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Researcher/Journalist specialising in North Africa | Focus on Algeria |

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