Addressing Emerging Security Threats in Post-Gaddafi Sahel and ECOWAS Response to the Malian Crises(2012)
AbstractThis policy paper examines the broader impact of post-Gaddafi security challenges on West African states, with particular emphasis on the Sahelian regions. This will be juxtaposed against the old insecurities serving as long time precursors. As the first major unintended consequence of the Libyan crisis, we discuss the events leading to the Malian coup d’état and its implications on the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). Finally, the paper analyzes the options for international engagement, focusing on the UN, EU, AU and ECOWAS.
- west africa,
- illegal arms transfers,
- security challenges,
Citation InformationEmmanuel Kwesi Aning, Frank Okyere and Mustapha Abdallah. "Addressing Emerging Security Threats in Post-Gaddafi Sahel and ECOWAS Response to the Malian Crises" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kwesi_aning/21/