The Covid-19 pandemic is strengthening Islamist jihadi insurgents across Africa, compounding humanitarian crises, reigniting old grievances and fuelling violence, according to a sobering new geopolitical risk assessment by the Critical Threats project. The report predicts that an emboldened Islamic State is on the brink of declaring a new east African caliphate in northern Mozambique – home to the Mozambique LNG project, where Total and partners are now battling a full outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic among its construction workforce.
The Critical Threats project, part of the American Enterprise Institute, this week said ...
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