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The Paranoid Neighbor: Algeria and the Conflict in Mali

The Paranoid Neighbor: Algeria and the Conflict in Mali

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As the crisis in Mali threatens to grow into a full-fledged regional security and humanitarian nightmare, nervous neighboring countries are looking to Algeria to lead a conflict management effort. In many ways Algeria has always wanted recognition as a regional leader. Yet, Algiers worries about being dragged into a Saharan quagmire and seems reluctant or unable to maintain stability in its backyard. Both the country’s neighbors and the West are questioning Algeria’s decision not to take a more active role in Mali.
As the crisis in Mali threatens to grow into a full-fledged regional security and humanitarian nightmare, nervous neighboring countries are looking to Algeria to lead a conflict management effort. In many ways Algeria has always wanted recognition as a regional leader. Yet, Algiers worries about being dragged into a Saharan quagmire and seems reluctant or unable to maintain stability in its backyard. Both the country’s neighbors and the West are questioning Algeria’s decision not to take a more active role in Mali.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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MIDDLE EAST | OCTOBER 2012
THE PARANOID NEIGHBOR
Algeria and the Conflict in Mali
Anouar Boukhars
 
MIDDLE EAST | OCTOBER 2012
THE PARANOID NEIGHBOR
Algeria and the Conflict in Mali
Anouar Boukhars
 
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