May 27, 2024

Altough a peace plan was accepted by Marocco and the POLISARIO in 1988, and despite a UN presence in the Western Sahara since 1991, the world body has failed to implement a referendum on self-determination in the former spanish colony. The stalemate in the Western Sahara has put in question the competence and impartiality of the United Nations. Failure to end this 20-year-old conflict will inevitably result in a resumption of hostilites and will further destabilize the Maghrib region.

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Source: Jstor

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