- Houari Boumediene’s Algeria to the Rescue of Nasser’s Egypt June 1967, an Endless Six-Day War Akram Belkaid, 26 September Algeria’s participation in the 1967 war on Egypt’s side came just in time to restore Houari Boumediene’s image in a period when he was bitterly contested. The regime was to take advantage of the situation to make it harder to leave the country and to strengthen its military capacities. And yet the (...)
- Sahara: Tunisia faced with the Algerian-Moroccan rivalry Akram Belkaid, 9 March For fear of a quarrel with its Algerian neighbour or a clash with Rabat, Tunisia maintains a “positive neutrality” in the Western Sahara question which has pitted Algeria against Morocco since the mid-seventies and constitutes one of the chief stumbling blocks in the process of regional (...)
How the Environment Became a Communications Instrument in the Gulf
COP22 From Rhetoric to Action
Akram Belkaid, November 2016
The discourse on preserving the environment and saving energy has been assimilated by leaders of the Gulf, in a region on the frontline of climate change. However, as in many cases, beyond communication efforts the reality is much less ecological.
The scene takes place in September 2015 in (...)