The crisis in Mali has given rise to humanitarian, political, and strategic problems. These problems can only be solved through intense efforts at the local, regional and international levels.
In fact, the crisis has the potential to affect not only socially and politically vulnerable states, but even the seemingly strong states of the region. This danger may even spawn unrest capable of threatening global security and stability.
The military operations led by France and other African states in northern Mali have forced radical groups to retreat. However, unless these problems are completely eliminated, the risks to regional security...