“Whether the situation in Libya improves or not, the Chadian rebellion will continue as long as Chad’s political crisis is not addressed.”
Former ICWA fellow and World Politics Review senior editor, Robbie Corey-Boulet (West Africa, 2013-2015), examines Chadian president, Idriss Deby, and what seems to be his weakening power and authority, in the context of rebel-backed violence in northern Chad. Many Chadians are becoming frustrated with his leadership which is bound to worsen as a result of his military-first responses to attacks.
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