Following its invasion of Ukraine NATO imposed comprehensive sanctions on Russia which, Moses B. Khanyile, the Director of the Centre for Military Studies in Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Military Science, says could have serious implications for Africa. Explaining in an article published on The Conversation that almost half of Africa’s imports of military equipment come from Russia, Khanyile warns that sanctions will not only affect existing and future sales agreements but also the ability of African militaries to maintain their existing hardware and weapons. To read the full article, including his suggestions for what can be done to remedy the situation visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website.
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