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África: o regresso dos Golpes de Estado?
12 | Fevereiro | 2022

Nos últimos 18 meses houve 7 golpes de Estado ou tentativas em vários países africanos. Na sequência da última tentativa de golpe na Guiné-Bissau, a CEDEAO reuniu para discutir os acontecimentos, classificando-os como ameaça para toda a região e temendo um movimento de contágio.

 



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Programa Mapa Mundo - As tentativas de golpe de estado em África [08/02/2022]
Alexandra Magnólia Dias & Ana Elisa Cascão, TSF/IPRI-NOVA

Are coups catching on in West Africa? [07/02/2022]
Nicolas Haque, Al Jazeera

Overview of African Coups, 2000-2021
OpSour

 

Opiniões & Análises
Amidst a wave of coups and a pandemic [12/02/2022]
Srinivasan Ramani, The Hindu

Why have civilians welcomed the recent coups in West Africa? [11/02/2022]
Folahanmi Aina & Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei, Al Jazeera

Après un quatrième coup d'État en Afrique de l'Ouest, il est temps de réajuster la réponse internationale [09/02/2022]
Alexander John Thurston, The Conversation

Coups in Africa: Why they don’t spell the end of democracy [08/02/2022]
Leonard Mbulle-Nziege & Nic Cheeseman, BBC

Recent Flurry of Coups Caps Longstanding Push for Inclusion and Belonging in Africa [08/02/2022]
Ebenezer Obadare, CFR

Les coups d'Etat se succèdent en Afrique de l'Ouest: L'hiver africain? [07/02/2022]
Fatma Bendhaou, Agence Anadolu

Should ECOWAS Rethink Its Approach to Coups? [03/02/2022]
Komlan Avoulete, FPRI

Vague de coups d’État en Afrique: on les appelle désormais des « réinterprétations constitutionnelles» [03/02/2022]
Henri Assogba, The Conversation

A Sixth Coup in Africa? The West Needs to Up Its Game. [02/02/2022]
Joseph Sany, USIP

Coup Contagion Spreads in West Africa Despite Civilian Support for Democracy [02/02/2022]
Michelle Gavin, CFR

Are strongmen or liberal democracy our only choices? [01/02/2022]
Sean Jacobs, Africa is a Country

Making sense of the coup in Burkina Faso [31/01/2022]
Nick Westcott, African Arguments

After a fourth coup in West Africa, it’s time to rethink international response [31/01/2022]
Alexander John Thurston, The Conversation

Coup in Burkina Faso Bodes Ill for Stability in West Africa [25/01/2022]
Ebenezer Obadare, CFR

How international actors encourage coups in Africa [07/01/2022]
Joe Siegle, Democracy In Africa

The Longitudinal Trend of Coups in Sub-Saharan Africa [17/12/2021]
Alessandro Pellegata, ISPI

Coups are making a comeback in Africa, but what’s driving them? [01/11/2021]
Abhishek Mishra, ORF

“This Is Not a Coup”: Three Takeaways from Sudan’s Historic Protests African Arguments [31/10/2021]
AA.VV., African Arguments

Les coups d'État sont de retour en Afrique [15/10/2021]
Peter Fabricius, ISS Africa

Coup resurgence in Africa: The pitfalls of a regional response [30/09/2021]
Ndubuisi Christian Ani, ACCORD

Coups in Africa: No end in sight and where is ECOWAS and the African Union [30/09/2021]
Ovigwe Eguegu, ACCORD

Guinée : le coût d’un coup [21/09/2021]
Joël Té-Léssia Assoko, Jeune Afrique

Lessons from Africa: Is there such a thing as a ‘good coup’? [20/09/2021]
Nic Cheeseman, The Africa Report

Guinea: The Causes and Consequences of West Africa’s Latest Coup [08/09/2021]
Judd Devermont, CSIS

Coups are Back in West Africa [08/09/2021]
John Campbell, CFR

Why can’t the AU seem to deter coups? [20/10/2020]
Seth Appiah-Mensah, African Arguments

Is the coup making a comeback in Africa? [27/08/2020]
David Pillinga, FT

4 out of 4: Why has Mali had so many successful coups? [27/08/2020]
Kodjo Tchioffo, African Arguments

 

Editoriais
A heap of coups challenges Africa [08/02/2022]
CS Monitor

The Ressurgence of Coups in West Africa [02/02/2022]
Business Day

 

Notícias
Why are military coups on the rise in Africa? [12/02/2022]
Hassan Isilow, AA

RDC failed coup plot: president's security adviser in detention [09/02/2022]
Camille Pauvarel, Africanews

As militarisation spreads, ECOWAS faces credibility crisis [08/02/2022]
Mucahid Durmaz, Al Jazeera

Contagious coups: what is fuelling military takeovers across west Africa? [07/02/2022]
Emmanuel Akinwotu, The Guardian

African Union summit raises more questions than answers [07/02/2022]
Maria Gerth-Niculescu, DW

Coups d'État en Afrique, plus qu'une contagion [06/02/2022]
Nina Pareja, Slate

Africa Union summit: Leaders complain about 'wave of coups' [06/02/2022]
BBC

How to understand the recent coups in Africa [05/02/2022]
Ellen Ioanes, Vox

Coups, COVID and row over Israel test African leaders at summit [05/02/2022]
Giulia Paravicini, Reuters

Coup d’État au Burkina: pas de nouvelles sanctions de la Cedeao [05/02/2022]
Jeune Afrique

Au Ghana, un sommet de la Cédéao dominé par les putschs au Mali, en Guinée et au Burkina Faso [03/02/2022]
Le Monde

ECOWAS holds emergency summit after coups in West Africa [03/02/2022]
Al Jazeera

Are military takeovers on the rise in Africa? [02/02/2022]
Peter Mwai, BBC

Guinea-Bissau’s ‘attempted coup’: What you need to know [02/02/2022]
Al Jazeera

Five African Countries. Six Coups. Why Now? [31/01/2022]
Ruth Maclean, New York Times

West Africa regional bloc Ecowas suspends Burkina Faso after coup d'etat [28/01/2022]
RFI

What’s causing recent coups in west Africa? [26/01/2022]
Alexander Onukwue, Quartz Africa

With Burkina Faso’s president ousted, West Africa faces ‘coup bloc’ [25/01/2022]
Danielle Paquette, Washington Post

Burkina Faso military coup: How the world reacted [25/01/2022]
Al Jazeera

Military Takes Power in West African Nation of Burkina Faso [24/01/2022]
Declan Walsh, The New York Times

UN top envoy: Resurgence of coups d'état, consequence of being ‘completely out of step’ [10/01/2022]
UN News

2021, the year military coups returned to the stage in Africa [28/12/2021]
Mucahid Durmaz, Al Jazeera

Sudan’s Military Seizes Power, Casting Democratic Transition Into Chaos [29/10/2021]
Declan Walsh, Abdi Latif Dahir & Simon Marks, The New York Times

Special Forces Colonel Says He Has ‘Seized’ Guinea’s President [05/09/2021]
Abdourahmane Diallo, Ruth Maclean & Mady Camara, The New York Times

Military Ousts Civilian Leaders in Mali [25/05/2021]
Elian Peltier& Ruth Maclean, The New York Times

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