Ominously but unsurprisingly, the U.S. military’s Africa Command wants to increase its footprint in northwest Africa. As Sheldon Richman explains, what began as low-profile assistance to France’s campaign to wrest control of northern Mali (a former colony) from unwelcome jihadists could end up becoming something more.
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