Africa and Europe rally to contain Islamic insurgency in Mozambique

David Brewster

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    Abstract

    In recent days, military advance teams from South Africa and Botswana began to deploy to northern Mozambique to support governments forces in their fight against a growing Islamist insurgency. They will join Rwandan combat troops and military training contingents from Europe and the United States. But there is little cause for optimism. There is a significant risk that current regional support for Mozambique will not achieve its objectives and that a larger international military coalition will be required to quell the fighting.
    Original languageEnglish
    Specialist publicationlowy institute - the intepreter
    Publication statusPublished - 2021

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