Since February 22, thousands and then millions of Algerians have taken to the streets every Friday to protest against the fifth term of their ailing eighty-two-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Among jihadi groups in the Sahel, strategic gains not religion often determine a militant’s affiliation.
The delay of elections could push Algerians to continue their peaceful protests.
Despite a hardened border, smugglers continue to find a way. Together, Algeria and Morocco need to de-incentivize smuggling and reduce corruption.
The state-run media in Algeria was given clear instructions not to cover the protests against Bouteflika.
Tunisia’s UGTT has long been powerful, but its influence can endure only for as long as it remains united.
Protests have stopped President Abdelaziz Bouteflika from seeking another term, but it won’t change the military’s domination of the political system.
Why Arab satellite channels have not watched recent protests in the same way that they did in 2011.
The Algeria protests represent a unique sequence of events that the country has not witnessed since the 1990's.
It is the disdain of the regime that gives the Algerians the strength to say enough is enough.