WAR AND CONFLICT IN THE AFRICAN SAHEL FRUIT OF HISTORIC AND PERMANENT WAR BETWEEN TWO EMPIRES: the Arab-Islamic empire and the Western empire.
Keywords:Conflict, Intervention, African Sahel.
AbstractThis reflection concerns the armed conflicts of the African Sahel and aims to historically analyze the role of Arab-Islamic colonization, Western colonization and the rivalries between the two. It is based on the hypothesis that the confrontation between jihadist and internal and external interventionists in the region constitutes a historical struggle motivated by humanitarian and non moral geoeconomic interests. Methodologically, a historical and comparative analysis is chosen to conclude that the main causes of conflicts should be located in the colonial maps and the historical rivalry between empires and not in ethnic, tribal and religious deferences or the borders created by Western colonization.
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Diallo, M. A. (2022). WAR AND CONFLICT IN THE AFRICAN SAHEL FRUIT OF HISTORIC AND PERMANENT WAR BETWEEN TWO EMPIRES: the Arab-Islamic empire and the Western empire. AUSTRAL: Brazilian Journal of Strategy & International Relations, 10(19). https://doi.org/10.22456/2238-6912.108448