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Mali: From Crisis Intervention to Potential Recovery

Chatham House, London

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Event documents

Transcript - Ibrahima Diane, Paul Melly, Camilla Toulmin
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Transcript Q&A - Ibrahima Diane, Paul Melly, Camilla Toulmin
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Participants

Ibrahima Diane, Editor, BBC Afrique
Paul Melly, Associate Fellow, Africa Programme, Chatham House
Camilla Toulmin, Director, International Institute for Environment and Development
Chair: Dr Claire Spencer, Head, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House

Overview

Following the military intervention by France, ECOWAS and the international community in Mali, the panel will discuss how to ensure security and social cohesion in the country’s fragile northern regions. They will particularly focus on the complex and long-term problems in northern Mali that go beyond the current crisis.
 
The speakers will also consider viable options for stabilizing the country in the context of its deep-rooted political and development challenges and position in the strategically important Sahel region.

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