27 July 2012
Security in the Sahel—What Role for the European Union?
The authors of this commentary argue that in the aftermath of the Arab Spring the security situation in certain countries of Central and Sub-Saharan Africa, such as Mali, Somalia, Niger and Sudan necessitates closer international attention. Escalating local problems threaten regional and international security, and the authors argue that the EU should contemplate whether the situation requires its military presence in the region.
© 2012 Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)
Beata Górka-Winter, Kacper Rękawek
Marcin Zaborowski, Katarzyna Staniewska, Jarosław Ćwiek-Karpowicz, Beata Górka-Winter, Artur Gradziuk, Beata Wojna