Maghreb studies

The Clock Is Ticking for Tunisia’s Saied

TUNIS, Tunisia—He didn’t want to give his name. Surrounded by the thousands of other protesters who had turned out on…

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Tunisians Might Be Turning on Saied’s Presidential Coup

It’s a bitter irony that the last embers of the Arab Spring may be snuffed out in the same place,…

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Algeria’s ex-president is dead, but his regime lives on

Finally the rumours are true. For years Algerians whispered about the health of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, their president from 1999 to…

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Language and Conflict: The Political History of Arabisation in Sudan and Algeria

Upon decolonisation, nationalist leaders in two North African countries, Algeria and Sudan, promoted a policy called Arabisation (ta'rib), which sought…

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The public relations legitimacy: Disaster diplomacy an agent of legitimacy

This study looks to extract the public relations models (James Grunig) practiced in post disaster diplomacy by the Algerian government…

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Morocco’s Elections Won’t Deliver Political Change

Wednesday’s legislative elections in Morocco delivered a crushing defeat to the ruling Justice and Development Party, or PJD, a moderate Islamist…

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The digital economy in Algeria: opportunities and prospects

Abstract Abstract: Algeria treid to develop the information and communication technology through various actions, as to establish sectoral policy of…

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Why ‘smuggling economies’ are expanding during the Tunisian crises?

The phenomenon of informal networks has become a feature of the Tunisian economy since the end of the 1980s, fueled…

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Testing the Justice and Development Party’s performance in the upcoming Moroccan elections

Morocco is currently preparing for legislative, municipal and general elections on September 8, 2021, amid challenging national and international circumstances.

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