Options For Intervention In Mali's Growing Crisis

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Sudarsan Raghavan, Africa bureau chief, Washington Post
J. Peter Pham, director of the Michael S. Ansari Africa Center, Atlantic Council

A military coup brought down Mali's prime minister in March, allowing radical Islamists from Mali and surrounding areas to take hold of an area the size of Texas. As al-Qaida-linked militants take over the northern part of the country, many wonder what the U.S. and other can do to intervene.

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