DDR nitiatives are often under-prioritized and -conceptualized, contributing to the high rates of conflict relapse observed in Africa.
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Despite growing security concerns across the Sahel and Maghreb, regional security cooperation to address these transnational threats remains fragmented. Algeria is well-positioned to play a central role in defining this cooperation, but must first reconcile the complex domestic, regional, and international considerations that shape its decision-making.
Increasing narcotrafficking and a more active Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb are elevating concerns over instability in the Sahel. However, the region’s threats are more complex than what is observable on the surface. Rather, security concerns are typically characterized by multiple, competing, and fluctuating interests at the local, national, and regional levels. Effectively responding to these threats requires in-depth understanding of the multiple contextual layers in which illicit actors operate.
African Migrant Flows Reshaping Security Challenges in Africa By the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, December 18, 2019 The dynamism of clandestine African migration flows continues to present criminal and violent extremist groups opportunities for exploitation. Shifting Borders: Africa’s Displacement Crisis and Its Security Implications By Wendy Williams, October 17, 2019 Recent years have seen... Continue Reading
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