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Tiki-Taka Viva Algeria: Yes, [we] CAN 19 

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Tiki-Taka Viva Algeria: Yes, [we] CAN 19 

Tiki-Taka Viva Algeria: Yes, [we] CAN 19  After winning the second coupe d’Afrique, people should think how to build with the Military, the politicians and the elite the second republic. By Abdennour Toumi  Last night all Algerian cities of the 48 Provinces so that the main French suburb large cities where Algerian community resides went…

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Profile Interview: Professor Sadek Sellam 

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Profile Interview: Professor Sadek Sellam 

Profile Interview: Professor Sadek Sellam  While the political tide could be turning on a dynamic of change that is taking place in Algeria, Professor Sadek Sellam sat with The Arab Daily News in late June, saying it is too early to live in the world of complex politics, and not show concern. By Abdennour Toumi…

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Algeria: Independence Day A Legacy Surging Forward 

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Algeria: Independence Day A Legacy Surging Forward 

Algeria: Independence Day A Legacy Surging Forward  Algerians will keep fighting for their full independence to free their minds and bodies from political denial and acculturation. By Abdennour Toumi  On the eve of Independence Day in Algeria, Algerian drums this year celebrate the end of the Bouteflika system and its removal from the center of…

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Algeria: The People Are Missing

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Algeria: The People Are Missing

Algeria: The People Are Missing In Algeria, Saïd’s name was firmly rooted as a passe-droit code among a relative consensus of the Algerian regime’s clans. By Abdennour Toumi  The relation between the Algerian regime, finance, and the powerful business barons of the private sector under the Bouteflika system have pushed many observers and political analysts…

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Arab Spring in Sudan and Algeria continues: a comparison

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Arab Spring in Sudan and Algeria continues: a comparison

Arab Spring in Sudan and Algeria continues: a comparison By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Arab citizens learn to live in, adapt to and cope with five different controlling, self-serving, adversarial realities: the government, the military, the religious establishment, the militia and the outside powers.  Any time there is a new Arab uprising we witness courage and…

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Algeria: Hirak Act II 

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Algeria: Hirak Act II 

Algeria: Hirak Act II  The Hirakists persist in their demands for regime change, while the Military are pushing for the Constitutional order. By Abdennour Toumi  Algeria’s “triangle of hope” could lead to the question the street, the Generals, and the Presidential Palace are asking: Will democracy in Algeria really be workable? According to classic political…

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