Posts Tagged “Algeria”

Why General Ali Ghediri’s candidacy is way too early? 

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Why General Ali Ghediri’s candidacy is way too early? 

Why General Ali Ghediri’s candidacy is way too early? A retired-General who wants to revolutionize Algeria’s political establishment, he has a story to tell, so let history be the judge. By Abdennour Toumi  I want to ask retired General Ali Ghediri, former Human Resources Director at the Algerian Defense Ministry, to give one reason why…

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Algeria’s State: Between Deep State’s Denial and Opposition’s Delusion

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Algeria’s State: Between Deep State’s Denial and Opposition’s Delusion

Algeria’s State: Between Deep State’s Denial and Opposition’s Delusion Political debate between competing interests does not necessarily have a malign effect on the search for accountability. By Abdennour Toumi Last week Algeria’s ruling coalition endorsed President Abdelaziz Bouteflika as its candidate in the April, 2019 Presidential election, despite his poor health — however, the 82-year-old…

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Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality 

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Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality 

Algeria Migration Policy: National Security Concerns Vs. Humanitarian Morality  Algeria’s migration policy reflects the interdependence of its domestic national security and to some extent regional foreign policy priorities and objectives. By Abdennour Toumi  The first ever international agreement on the migration crisis aimed at coordinating action on migration around the world was signed by a…

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How Political Incorrectness Made Algerians Hate Politics 

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How Political Incorrectness Made Algerians Hate Politics 

How Political Incorrectness Made Algerians Hate Politics  The opium though turns out to be pure honey for the fans’ throats to manifest their anger and challenge the cynicism and the narcissism of their “leaders.” By Abdennour Toumi  Four months before the April, 2019 Presidential election, where President Bouteflika is running for a fifth-term, despite all…

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Is the French Mass Media Democratizing the Press?

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Is the French Mass Media Democratizing the Press?

Is the French Mass Media Democratizing the Press? The coverage of Mr. Zemmour vs. Ms. Hapsatou Sy has let victimization and guilty prevail over freedom of the press in France By Abdennour Toumi Burton Rascoe said, “A news sense is really a sense of what is important, what is vital, what has color and life,…

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Grand Pardon or Repentance! 

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Grand Pardon or Repentance! 

Grand Pardon or Repentance!  The evaluation of the past should not stop with memory alone, and spectacle bold decisions in a local political tempest. By Abdennour Toumi Then-candidate Macron speaking from Algiers in February 2017, described French Republic atrocities in Algeria as “crimes against humanity,” which sparked outrage from the far-right and the right political…

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