Joseph Sany on the U.S. Withdrawal from Niger

June 03, 2024 00:07:20
Joseph Sany on the U.S. Withdrawal from Niger
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Joseph Sany on the U.S. Withdrawal from Niger

Jun 03 2024 | 00:07:20

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Show Notes

The U.S. reached an agreement with Niger’s military junta to close two military bases in the country in what amounts to a “tactical setback” for counterterrorism efforts in the Sahel. But the closure also “forces the U.S. to review its military posture in the region,” says USIP’s Joseph Sany, adding “there may be other options."

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