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Keyword: Abdul-Aziz Bouteflika

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France’s new government moves to reassert neo-imperial power in north Africa

M.A. Shaikh

Rajab 17, 14282007-08-01

In the past decade, the US has been able to replace France as the most influential foreign power in former French colonies such as Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. Given the US’s status as the “world’s sole superpower” and its ruthless determination to entrench and exploit that status, it is not strange that France lost its self-confidence as a world power and played second fiddle to Washington even in its own former colonies.


Governments of North African countries come together to fight Islamic movements

M.S. Ahmed

Rabi' al-Awwal 13, 14282007-04-01

There is hardly any doubt that the majority of the people in the three Maghreb countries – Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia – believe their leaders to be autocratic, corrupt and closely allied with the West against Islamic groups in the region. Add to this belief the fact that wealth in all three countries is monopolised by rich elites, while most people are deprived and poor, and it becomes plain why there is so much popular resistance to the ruling elites and the long-serving rulers they maintain in power.

Occupied Arab World

Algeria’s new ‘president’ unequal to the country’s crisis

M.S. Ahmed

Muharram 15, 14201999-05-01

A country like Algeria, in the throes of a bloody civil war, with its institutions destroyed and its resources plundered, hardly needs a leader effectively appointed - though ostensibly elected - by those responsible for the mess. Abdul Aziz Bouteflika, the sole candidate and ‘victor’ in the April 15 presidential elections...

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