NARCO RoundUp (NOV19)

Tuesday, December 3, 2019



The NARCO RoundUp has a newer, fresher (and less retro) format, but still the same pithy content and analysis. No fluff. No filler.

Algeria’s heading toward a presidential election while the Islamic State may have made a brief reappearance and the oil sector is shaken up once again. Libya’s war is intensifying and it’s becoming clearer that the country’s problems are regional rather than just local. And lastly, Mauritania’s president marked his first 100 days in office, signaled the possible dissolution of the powerful BASEP, and continued to attract energy companies.

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