Since its independence, Algeria has always struggled for an international order that defends: the respect of sovereignty of States and their right to self-determination, non-interference in the internal affairs of States, the peaceful settlement of conflicts, non-interventionism, whether military or humanitarian. The present article is made with the aim of shedding light on the foreign policy of Algeria and its evolution in a context of regional upheavals. The analysis presented reflects only the author’s point of view. This article focuses on the following axes:
• The doctrinal principles of Algerian foreign policy and its historical context;
• The Mediterranean dimension in the Algerian Foreign Policy such as: Algeria’s relationship with the Maghreb and the European Union;
• Algeria’s prospects for the development of its foreign policy.