Burkina-Mali War: Is Nigeria Still a Regional Power

@article{Johnson1986BurkinaMaliWI,
  title={Burkina-Mali War: Is Nigeria Still a Regional Power},
  author={Segun Johnson},
  journal={India Quarterly},
  year={1986},
  volume={42},
  pages={294 - 308}
}
  • S. Johnson
  • Published 1 July 1986
  • Political Science
  • India Quarterly
Suddenly Burkina Faso and Mali were at war.‘Burkina was the aggressor***! No, it was Mali.!‘ And the attack and counter-attack continued. For the man on the street, Nigeria moved in barely four days after the war had started and that is good enough. For a student of West African states' foreign policy, that was a late more for Nigeria, more so when the hopes of Nigerians moves were dropped. For whatever the cause, Nigeria was expected to get the grasp of any crisis erupting in West Africa… 

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