Rêves violents au Mali

Rahmane Idrissa se livre à une autopsie de la crise malienne: comment la démocratie promise a tourné au chaos, avec deux coups d’Etat successifs en deux ans.

Cet article a été écrivé pour une serie de débats du Temps (La Suisse) initié par Joan Tilouine et Paul Deutschmann, tous deux journalistes pour Africa Intelligence.

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Rahmane Idrissa engages in an autopsy of the Malian crisis: how the promised democracy turned into chaos, with two successive coups in two years. 

This article has been written for a series of debates in Le Temps (Switzerland) initiated by Joan Tilouine and Paul Deutschmann, both journalists for Africa Intelligence.

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Author(s) / editor(s)

Rahmane Idrissa

About the author(s) / editor(s)

Rahmane Idrissa is a political scientist fast embracing history. Idrissa’s research expertise ranges from issues of states, institutions and democratisation in Africa to Salafi radicalism in the Sahel and current projects on the history of state formation in Africa, with a focus both on the modern (Niger) and premodern eras (Songhay).

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