The EU Should Rethink Its Militarized Approach to African Security

The EU Should Rethink Its Militarized Approach to African Security
A Czech soldier guards the headquarters of the European Union Training Mission in Bamako, Mali, June 20, 2022. (CTK photo by Karel Capek via AP Images).

The EU’s militarized security engagement in Africa is not new. What is new, however, is the institutional mechanisms by which the EU is providing security support to partner states in Africa. Often ignored is the question of whether increased EU support for militarized approaches actually increases security for Africans.

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