Africa’s economy could be transformed with its wealth of natural resources. But weak governments, terrorists and armed militia threaten the stability and development of much of the continent as the impact of North Africa’s Arab Spring reverberates across a wider region

THREE major risks face Africa’s stability and development. The weakness of governments and a huge growth of armed militia unconnected to legitimate power are among the biggest threats.

It is the consolidation of terrorist groups and traffic routes in the whole Sahel region, from Mauritania to Somalia; the escalation of violence in conflicts between Sudan and South Sudan and central Afr...

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 Teresa Nogueira Pinto
Terrorist attacks in the Maghreb and Sahel regions have increased more than five-fold between 2001 and 2012 since Western powers increased pressure on the group in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Islamic armed groups like AQIM and the Movement for Unity and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO) control the main traffic routes in the region and profit from drug trafficking, illegal migration and weapons
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