Posts Tagged “Mali”

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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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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From Dawn to Dusk: Libya, Iraq and Western intervention

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From Dawn to Dusk: Libya, Iraq and Western intervention

From Dawn to Dusk: Libya, Iraq and Western intervention By Abdennour Toumi Fifty-two years ago French colonialism ended in North Africa and Sub-Sahara. Eleven years ago international coalition forces invaded Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein’s regime. Symbolism in politics is like a pawn in a vicious game. Three years ago, France, the U.K. and the…

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Study Reports 60% Rise in Terrorism in ‘Arc of Instability’ Across North Africa & Sahel

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Study Reports 60% Rise in Terrorism in ‘Arc of Instability’ Across North Africa & Sahel

Study Reports 60% Rise in Terrorism in ‘Arc of Instability’ Across North Africa & Sahel Libya, Algeria, Mali, and Tunisia hit hardest by al-Qaeda and other extremists, says IUCTS study WASHINGTON, DC (MACP, January 27, 2014) — A new study on North Africa and the Sahel reports that terrorist attacks in the region “increased an…

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