Amel Boubekeur - 01 November 2019
Algeria’s Hirak movement is rejecting the continuation of old ways in new forms. How will the army respond?
René Wildangel - 04 October 2019
The EU should end its acquiescence to Sisi’s policies.
Tarek Megerisi - 24 September 2019
The forthcoming Berlin conference offers the chance of a diplomatic breakthrough for all sides in Libya’s proxy ‘civil’ war. Will they seize the opportunity?
Anthony Dworkin - 12 September 2019
Tunisia's upcoming presidential election brings its fragmentation to light
Shoshana Fine & Tarek Megerisi - 25 July 2019
The ongoing war in Libya is causing growing numbers of Libyans to emigrate to Europe – and leading European states to make partnerships with authoritarian regimes
Clara Portela - 24 April 2019
Sanctions for ‘misappropriation’ have proved their worth in forging ties with new leaders in Tunisia, Egypt, and Ukraine. But it is time to strengthen them
Tarek Megerisi - 18 April 2019
The UK, Germany, and Italy are forming a common position following the latest Libya offensive. This should form the core of Europeans exerting greater collective influence over events there
Chloe Teevan - 05 April 2019
The president has resigned under pressure from the street and, now, the army. But Algeria’s protest movement will unlikely accept anything less than wholesale reform
Tarek Megerisi - 05 April 2019
As Field Marshal Haftar's forces advance towards Tripoli, Libya teeters on the brink of yet another civil war. Europe can no longer idly stand by.
Anthony Dworkin - 25 March 2019
ECFR Senior Policy Fellow Anthony Dworkin's research trip to Algiers sheds light on protestors' visions for political reform in Algeria.
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