Did Gadaffi Help Control Muslim Extremism in Africa?

Muammar al-Gaddafi at the 12th AU summit, Febr...

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Once Gadaffi is removed from power, there will be many dominoes falling across Africa. His personal investments in businesses and in cultivating relationships with cultural rulers constitute billions of dollars and form an intricate web of control across the continent.

These two articles in The East African explore some of the potential fallout from his inevitable downfall:

There was a clear method to Gaddafi’s madness, and his absence will be felt

EAC, Comesa businesses on knife-edge as Gaddafi’s regime shakes

Mark D. Jordahl – Kampala

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About Mark D. Jordahl

Mark Jordahl is a writer, trip leader and naturalist who has lived much of the last 7 years in Uganda and currently calls Colorado home.
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