African Security: 2017 and Beyond

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Posted: 04/26/2017

Despite African nations boosting defence spending in recent months, it is evident from their nature that transnational maritime security threats cannot be addressed by individual states in isolation.

Although much progress has been made in the realm of maritime security, incidents of piracy and other transnational threats continue. 

Ahead of the annual AFSEC Summit (Casablanca; 30-31 May, 2017) Defence IQ surveyed those in its community involved in security in Africa to discover the levels of confidence, the requirements, and the priorities in the region…

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SEE ALSO: African Security Analysis Report

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The AFSEC Summit (30-31 May, 2017; Casablanca) is supported by the Centre for Maritime Law and Security Africa; and will bring together the senior security and military leaderships required to develop meaningful discussions and practical outcomes. Download the agenda.

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