Maghreb

Algeria: North Africa's Reluctant Policeman

Imad Mesdoua | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK Politics
Imad Mesdoua

The fierce debate raging inside the Algerian regime over greater or less interventionist action will continue. For now, North Africa's 'reluctant policeman' will no doubt stick to a number of its non-interventionist dogmas. However, should a cataclysmic event like In Amenas occur on Algerian soil once more, the country will have no choice but to take decisive action.

Fashion Week Tunis 2013 or the Clamouring Whispers of a Revolutionary Spring

Joao Paulo Nunes | Posted 12.08.2013 | UK Style
Joao Paulo Nunes

If one is to take the latest edition of Fashion Week Tunis as a micro-scaled representation of the relationship between the political and the social, it is clear that the creativity revealed during this event owed much to the dialogues established not only between designers and artists in the Maghreb but also between creative voices located worldwide.

Will the Arab Spring Finally Unite the Maghreb?

Imad Mesdoua | Posted 06.02.2012 | UK Politics
Imad Mesdoua

Whether it be on the economy, development or dealing with transnational threats such as Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, cooperation and common policies will go a long way in bringing a much needed stability to the region.