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Malian army soldiers are instructed by Spanish troops at Koulikoro training centre (photo: dpa)

Africa needs Europe’s help to redraw its borders

Many African countries are suffering from conflict. Tribal and religious differences are involved, along with the division of natural resources. In some cases a strong leader may bring stability, but many experts advocate African federalism – the creation of subsidiary entities within the states. The borders inherited from the colonial period have demonstrated their limitations, so a new deal cannot be made without a major international conference bringing together the Western governments, especially those of Europe.

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 Charles Millon
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