Tag: Algeria

Has The World Been Ignoring An Almost Decade-Long “African Spring”?

The announcement that Algerian President Bouteflika won’t run for re-election but will instead postpone the upcoming vote until the conclusion of his recently decreed comprehensive constitutional reform process represented the eighth non-electoral regime change in Africa in as many years, making one wonder whether the world has been ignoring an […]

Algeria to Join the One Belt–One Road Initiative

Algerian media have reported that the country’s Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel and China’s Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission He Lifeng have signed a memorandum of understanding on the sidelines of the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation which confirms Algeria’s intention of becoming a partner nation in […]

Liberal Fear Mongering: Bribe Migrant Smugglers Or They’ll Turn Into Terrorists

The UK’s Guardian is contributing to senseless fear mongering in propagating the narrative that former migrant smugglers – and assumedly, the sub-Saharan population at large – will turn into terrorists unless they’re basically bribed by the Europeans not to. The EuroRealist Revolution in European Affairs began in Hungary but has […]

The Arab World IS Capable of Unity – Just Ask Supporters of Mohamed Salah

When Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah was injured during the Champions League final in which Salah’s Liverpool lost to Real Madrid, a collective sigh throughout the Arab world and beyond was palpable, not least because many believe that the injurious blow from Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos was intentional. While Salah intends to be […]