North Africa

Algeria’s New Libya Policy: Mediation and Precaution

Since his election in December 2019, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has been active on the thorny Libyan dossier. His action is based on...

Where is Tunisia Heading?

Last Wednesday evening Tunisian Prime Minister Elyes Al-Fakhfakh presented his resignation to President Kaïs Saïed, who took office last...

The GERD Conflict: Challenges to Egypt’s Water Security

The phenomenon of conflict, within the international relations framework, has a set of intellectual theses that may contribute to the interpretation...

Algeria-France Relations: National Security Imperatives

Last week President Macron phoned his Algerian counterpart President Tebboune. Officially the relations between the two countries are timid. The...

Emirates of Crisis: Why is Morocco Blacklisted?

The recent foreign policy assertiveness of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has contributed to chaos and caused instability not only in the Middle...

Algeria’s Position on the Skhirat Accord: A Disabled Solution

Algeria has been presented as a regional mediator for a long time. The leaders in Algiers, military and civilians alike, are not worried only about...

Covid-19: Should Shift the Maghreb Union Out of Neutral Gear

The way the Arab Maghreb Union states manage the public health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic will shape the future of the region and will...

Security Factor in the Middle East in Russian-Egyptian Relations (2014-2018)

In recent years Russia’s policy in the Middle East has intensified, which is reflected in its direct participation in the resolution of...