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French Interventions Leave British Lamenting Loss Of ‘Courageous Instinct’i
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January 07, 2014 12:33 AM
As French troops deploy alongside their African counterparts to try to quell the religious violence in the Central African Republic, military analysts say a new strategic order is emerging in Europe. France is taking the lead in intervening in foreign conflicts, particularly in Africa - while British military chiefs are expressing fears that Britain has lost its nerve. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.

French Interventions Leave British Lamenting Loss Of ‘Courageous Instinct’

Published January 06, 2014

As French troops deploy alongside their African counterparts to try to quell the religious violence in the Central African Republic, military analysts say a new strategic order is emerging in Europe. France is taking the lead in intervening in foreign conflicts, particularly in Africa - while British military chiefs are expressing fears that Britain has lost its nerve. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.


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