Katia Golovko

Skilled professional with extensive work experience in West Africa. Master's degree in Human Rights and Conflict Management (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies), PhD in linguistics (Univ. Bologna)

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Growing insecurity in the Sahel and especially in Central Mali and Northern Burkina Faso is characterized by lack of control of the central government over big parts of the country's territories and active and consistent presence of jihadist groups recurrently attacking both military personnel and civilians. Although targets are multiple, the scope of attacks can be summarized as a fight against (foreign) military presence, »

Warbling security