John Chisholm looks deeper into the unrest spreading across the continent, and asks to what extent Western policies are sowing the seeds for long-term instability
While the world focuses on the headline-grabbing issues in Ukraine and the increasingly brutal behaviour of ISIS, Africa is still bedevilled with internal dissent that challenges governments whose authority is often patchy, communications ramshackle and internal divisions that are religious, tribal and economic – capped off by high degrees of internal corruption. This is instability Africa.
When organisations embark on a terror campaign, they may have widely differing aims in mind. Africa is . . .