The intervention in Mali: Weimar Triangle Analyses: French, Polish and German viewpoints on European questions Actuelles de l'Ifri, mars 2013
On an initiative of the German Council of Foreign Relations (DGAP), the Study Committee for Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) of the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) and the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) are regularly publishing short contributions on a common subject, written by three experts of these institutes. The purpose of these “Weimar Triangle Analyses” is to give the French, Polish and German views on central questions of European politics and European integration.
In this edition, our Weimar Triangle authors (Alain Antil, Kacper Rękawek, and Cornelius Vogt) analyse the intervention in Mali.
These three contributions may be downloaded free of charge from this website as well as from the website of the DGAP:
https://ip-journal.dgap.org/en/blog/eye-europe/weimar-triangle-mali-france (for the French point of view)
https://ip-journal.dgap.org/en/blog/eye-europe/weimar-triangle-mali-poland (for the Polish point of view)
https://ip-journal.dgap.org/en/blog/eye-europe/weimar-triangle-mali-germany (for the German point of view)