Yasmina Allouche

22 Posts

Elections in Algeria: a facade to maintain the status quo?

Removing military control over Algeria's politics is a lengthy process that will not be ended by protests or elections.On September 15th, Algeria’s interim president,...

No Country for Young Men: The Military’s Power-Hold in Algeria

This policy outlook examines the role of the military in Algeria, how the country's civil-military relations have developed over the years and what will...

Tunisia Presidential Elections 2019

This info pack sheds light on the current election climate in Tunisia, how Tunisia has developed in the last 8 years since the overthrow...

Smoke without Fire? Assessing the Impact of the UN Report on the Khashoggi Killing

This policy outlook looks at the findings of a UN report on Khashoggi's murder, the damning details that links the killing to Saudi Arabia...

TRT World Forum 2018 Book

The TRT World Forum 2018, a two-day summit organised by the TRT World Research Centre, brought together a wide array of distinguished academics, journalists,...

Algeria’s Africa Cup success unites a nation in political turmoil

The Algerian football team has become the pride of a nation in need of good news following five months of weekly protests prompted by...

Banners and placards: a cover for cracks in the Algerian movement?

Memes, songs and slogans are driving the countrywide protests, but some people have started to differ on the language and choice of words used,...

Africa: The Playground of Power Players and Counterterrorism Guises

This report looks at how the world’s power elite have prioritised Africa's reserves over its people by exerting control in key regions in the...

Algeria unseen: how the secret service kept the country hostage

To maintain their grip on power, the DRS is accused of carrying out large-scale violence, which includes rampant killings and assassinations, and has a...

A battle has been won, but the struggle continues – what now for Algeria?

The trick is now for the Algerian army to set up a transitional process after Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation that satisfies both the protesters and...

VOP-ED: Regional Power Rivalry and the Failure of the Arab Maghreb Union

We look at the conditions by which the Arab Maghreb Union was formed and what the five states of Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya and...

Ending Bouteflika’s Algeria: This is not the Arab Spring

The news that Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria's ailing, octogenarian president will no longer be standing for a fifth term in elections next month should be...

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