THE AFRICAN STANDBY FORCE: A ROADMAP

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by Lucien Pambou

2014-04-08
 

The African Standby Force (ASF) is a structure to pool and integrate the military capacities of the Member States of the African Union, to enable the fifty-four Member States to defend themselves against any form of external aggression. After the recent conflict in Somalia and Mali, it has become a matter of urgency for the African Union to constitute this Force which is scheduled to be created in 2015. The African Standby Force must provide a credible alternative  to  the  defence  

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