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October 4, 2019

On February 22, 2019, Algerian people began regular peaceful demonstrations in all of the 48 regions. Unlike past demonstrations in the MENA region, known as Arab Spring, these sustained rallies have been about political, not social demands. Millions of citizens have b...

April 3, 2019

More than 400,000 Algerians get Schengen visas for France annually, according to Reuters data.

In most political contexts and crisis it is simply assumed that undocumented immigration constitutes a drain on national resources. But this assumption goes in light of experi...

December 23, 2017

 

September 9, 2011, marks the beginning of an era that until date is concerned and alarmed by the existence of a universal security threat, so-called terrorism. Terrorism does not only live within, but also prospers, and continuous growth cannot occur without support,...

June 15, 2017

Even though Massoud Barzani is not the president of Iraqi Kurdistan by law any more since 2015, he’s still considered as the de facto chief of the Kurdish region, and he urges all of his neighbors to accept a total independence of kurds in the whole middle east. Despit...

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