The Role Of The Colonizer: France's Intervention In Mali

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George Joffe, research fellow at the Centre of International Studies, Cambridge University
Michael Curtis, distinguished Professor Emeritus of political science, Rutgers University
Susanna Wing, associate professor of political science, Haverford College

After Islamic extremists seized parts of Mali, the country's former colonial ruler, France, intervened with a ground and air offensive. This action raises questions about the role of former colonial powers in modern conflicts.

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