The Folly of Outsourcing Border Security

In late July, a military coup in the West African country of Niger against its elected president has created a deepening crisis in the region. Nearby military-ruled countries are now squaring off against Western allies and the prospect of a devastating war looms large. The Sahel region of Africa is already dangerously overpopulated and is one of the poorest and most unstable places on earth. Thousands of miles north in Europe, leaders are also fretting because Niger was one of the linchpins of their outsourced migration strategy.

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