Agenda

Algeria’s New Diplomacy and Security Policy for Libya

Since the beginning of the Libyan uprising against the al-Qadafi regime in 2011, Algeria looked for mediation rather than direct intervention. Algiers ...

Restoring Order in the Eastern Mediterranean: Understanding Turkey's Activism in Libya

For the first time since the First World War, Libya has occupied a central position in Turkish foreign policy. The two agreements signed between...

Libya in Turkey-Russia Relations:Conflict or Cooperation?

For a long time now, competition has been underway in the Eastern Mediterranean over sovereignty claims and the distribution of hydrocarbon...

A General Who Ended Fading Democracy

Following the passing of General Ahmed Gaïd Salah military Chief of Staff and Defense Vice-Minister Algeria’s strongman of the year 2019,...

In Pursuit of Democracy: A War of Paradigms on the Libyan Front

Following the approval of the Turkish Parliament to send troops to Libya, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi quickly convened a meeting with the...

The Oil and Natural Gas Conflict in Syria: Reality or Illusion

There has been a great deal of exaggerated talk recently about the international conflict over Syria's energy sources (oil and natural gas), and...

Will Oman Be Ready for a Post-Oil Future?

Oman represents a different model among GCC countries with its unique political, economic and social structure. The country differs from its fellow...

Algeria’s New President Threw the Apple of Discord at Paris

Relations between France and Algeria have gotten tense, which is leading to troubled waters under President Macron’s bridge with Algiers. He...