Visa-free Africa: some intelligence and security concerns
Visa-free schemes have become increasingly popular in Africa as nations seek to promote tourism, trade, and regional integration. These schemes allow citizens of participating countries to travel to others without requiring a visa. While visa-free policies have numerous benefits, they also raise significant intelligence and security concerns. This essay explores the multifaceted aspects of intelligence and security concerns associated with visa-free schemes in Africa, analyzing the implications, challenges, and potential solutions for a balanced approach to this complex issue.