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Role Gap: Alternatives for Dealing with the Withdrawal of Counter-Terrorism Missions from Africa

Countering Terrorism efforts in Africa have recently witnessed a number of security and military transformations and arrangements following the withdrawal of some international missions and the termination of others that operate in troubled areas, as well as the rupture of some regional military alliances concerned with countering terrorism, which may result in a number of repercussions related to the military and security arrangements in the continent.

Some believe that the successive withdrawals from conflict zones in Africa may carry some signs of optimism in strengthening national efforts to counter terrorism, but there are a number of challenges that may face these efforts, most prominently: the high financial cost of countering operations, which coincides with the deterioration of economic and social situations in conflict areas, in addition to the rise in the direct political and security burdens of these efforts.

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