CIR analysis: “Gas and terror. Mozambique’s struggle for development”
Mozambique is a south-east African country with a population of 30 million, rich in natural resources and conveniently located along the western Indian Ocean. Its vast gas reserves have potential to accelerate its growth. Al-Shabab insurgency, however has delayed the prospects for development for several years now. The nation struggling with a dire economic situation tries to resolve its internal conflict with a military assistance from neighboring countries. The real solution, however, must come from inside – write Salina Bernardino and Bruno Surdel in analysis Gas and terror. Mozambique’s struggle for development.