Posts Tagged “Algeria”

Why Algeria Should Get a Leader Like President Erdoğan? 

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Why Algeria Should Get a Leader Like President Erdoğan? 

Why Algeria Should Get a Leader Like President Erdoğan?  President Erdoğan read attentively Ibn Khadun and Machiavelli, and synthesized their theory in the exercise of power’s ruse and cruelty. By Abdennour Toumi  In the wake of Mr. Kamel Daoud’s Open Letter, a journalist and an author based in Paris to President Erdoğan, he wrote in…

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Algerian Berber Separatist Movement: No, I Can’t Get No Satisfaction

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Algerian Berber Separatist Movement: No, I Can’t Get No Satisfaction

Algerian Berber Separatist Movement: No, I Can’t Get No Satisfaction In Algeria other groups that compose the Berber community and identity, nevertheless the majority seem happy with a federal system. By Abdennour Toumi Ethnic groups are relocating from federal systems and vehemently manifesting their autonomy further. Some are proclaiming independence using the ethnic factor as…

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All you Need to Know about Algerian Political Harvest Season 

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All you Need to Know about Algerian Political Harvest Season 

All you Need to Know about Algerian Political Harvest Season  It seems when there is chaos among the Arabs, there is always an Algerian exception, analysts are saying but not this time. By Abdennour Toumi A quarter-century ago, before the Sidi-Bouzid revolt in Tunisia sparked the Arab Spring in 2010, disaffected youth in the populated…

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Algeria: Something Is Not Right Happened in Raïs

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Algeria: Something Is Not Right Happened in Raïs

Algeria: Something Is Not Right Happened in Raïs In Algeria politics is not local, but vocal, therefore the nights of horror of August and September, 1997, still haunt the dreams of the population. By Abdennour Toumi About 18 miles south of Algiers located in the countryside of the Municipality of Sidi-Moussa, a massacre took place…

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Find a Better Way to Pessimism and Cynicism

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Find a Better Way to Pessimism and Cynicism

Find a Better Way to Pessimism and Cynicism Algerians are asking how long President Bouteflika will let special interests steal the country’s wealth. By Abdennour Toumi For politicians, it’s a mistake to bet on pessimism; however, when leaders become silent and people don’t have anything left to hope for, they turn to cynicism and rumors….

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Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy

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Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy

Algiers’ African Migrants “Partially Open Door” Policy Negative discrimination against migrant black Africans might cause political and ethnic complexities for Algiers in the long run By Abdennour Toumi Algeria has been an attractive destination for many African migrants since 2008 because of its stability as a government and a country. With in that time, however,…

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