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Yvan Guichaoua, West Africa expert researching non-government armed groups, describes what kind of force Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb is, what motivates its members and what are the conditions of its success. Smuggling, fast cars, and the economics of ransoms combine with ideology to create a threat. Listen to this 40minute conversation on the nature of Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb
Tony Curzon Price
Yvan Guichaoua Tony Curzon Price
17 April 2011


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