The sixth anniversary of The Arab Spring has come and gone, but not many people noticed. One of the main reasons was its utter failure to create either a stable, democratic, or secular Arab world.
The nature of narcotics trafficking in North Africa and the Sahel has changed in recent years in significant ways.
As contemporary North African societies continue to re-arrange themselves , one of the enduring dilemmas that continues to rise to the fore is what has been described as “the Tuareg question."
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As the Arab Spring moves east, Fahad Malaikah reminds us not to forget where it started.