North Africa

Algerian-Turkish Relations: From Alienation to A Need For Strategic Ties

After a long distant friendship between Algeria and Turkey in the post-WWII period, both states are now struggling to develop political and strategic...

Algeria’s New Constitution Between the Spirit of the Law and the Practice of Power

The new Algerian draft constitution is based on providing the people with many freedoms. Hence President Abdelmadjid Tebboune's administration...

Tunisian Presidentialism: Is President Kaïs Saïed Salvation?

Almost a year ago, Tunisians elected Kaïs Saïed with an unprecedented popularity. The Tunisian president today dreams of having his own...

Algeria's African Migrants 'Partially Open Door' Policy

Since 2013, the Algerian authorities have expressed concern about migrants settling down in the southern border provinces of Tamenrassat and...

Morocco’s COVID-19 African Initiative: A Mirror of Complex Aspirations

In November 2019, China reported the first cases of COVID-19 infection within its territory. Since then, the pandemic, which made its first...

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...