Rubin, Michael
February 2002
New Republic;2/11/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the U.S. foreign policy towards Mali. Information that Malians had overthrown a corrupt dictatorship and organized multiparty democratic elections the following year; Report that Freedom House's "Freedom in the World" survey, Mali ranked as the only completely free country in the Islamic world; Attitude of American officials towards Mali; Appreciation of Mali's participation in peacekeeping efforts; Announcement of $2 million scholarship for women and girls in Mali.


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