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MILITARY INTERVENTION IN SYRIA – A QUAGMIRE SCENARIO

Canberra, 7 September 2013 The Middle East and South West Asia is yet to recover from two US-led military interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq and indications are that the healing and normalisation process in these countries and neighbourhood will take years, if not decades. The so-called Syrian Civil War that broke out in March 2011, […]

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CRISIS IN MALI: THE FRENCH INTERLUDE

Canberra, 08 March 2013 On 8 January, the acting President of Mali formally requested French assistance to roll back the advance of rebel Islamic forces that had already overrun the entire northern part of the nation and was in the process of advancing on the town of Mopti, on the way to the capital Bamako. […]

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