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Renversé le 5 septembre, le président Condé, par son entêtement à conserver le pouvoir, avait préparé le terrain à la prise de contrôle militaire. Dans ce Q&A, les experts de Crisis Group, Vincent Foucher et Rinaldo Depagne, alertent sur une tendance inquiétante en Afrique de l’Ouest qu’illustre ce nouveau coup d’Etat.
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The question is whether [the insurgency in northern Mozambique] can be nipped in the bud at this juncture without spreading further.
[Somalia’s election impasse] comes down to unresolved internal political tensions, but also a lack of preparation and political will.
We are a step away from a large-scale war (between Armenia and Azerbaijan).
The history in Colombia is when you start a wave of violence it accelerates and it’s very hard to stop.