The Wagner Mutiny – Implications for stability and security in Africa and Eurasia
This AKE Special Report examines the aftermath of Wagner Group’s 23-24 June mutiny in Russia and its implications for regional stability and security in Africa and Eurasia. This report explores the potential political and security risks arising from the rebellion in countries such as Mali and the Central African Republic (CAR), which depend on Russia and Wagner Group. Through a measured assessment, this report provides valuable insight into the evolving dynamics in these regions and the wider geopolitical landscape.
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