Posts Tagged “Algeria”

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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One, two, three où va l’Algérie?

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One, two, three où va l’Algérie?

One, two, three où va l’Algérie? Algerians are simply posing the question that the country’s nomenclature does not want to hear: One, two, three où va l’Algérie? (Where is Algeria heading?) By Abdennour Toumi Crisis events are piling up in Algeria, ranging from socioeconomic errors, which might cause major inconvenience, to inflation that seriously impacts…

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Infectious Diseases, Inevitable Riots and Injustice

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Infectious Diseases, Inevitable Riots and Injustice

Infectious Diseases, Inevitable Riots and Injustice The cholera outbreak is a public health crisis added to yet another public policy failure of the successive governments, which looks like the extension of the October ‘88 riots by other means. By Abdennour Toumi Life-threatening infectious diseases are making news again in Algeria, with 70 cases officially confirmed,…

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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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