Foreign Aid in Dangerous Places: The donors and Mali.s democracy
Mali long seemed a model, low-income democracy. Yet, in a few short weeks in early 2012, more than half of the territory came under the military control of an Islamist secessionist movement, and a military coup deposed the democratically-elected governmen
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