Showing 1 - 10 results of 27 for "Abdelkader Cheref"
More than half a century after French-Algerian war, Macron's admission could be too little, too late
The president is the first French leader to shed light on one of the darkest chapters in its colonial history
September 20, 2018
Is Algeria facing a year of upheaval?
A series of protests among public sector workers recently upset Algeria's delicate balance. Abdelkader Cheref assesses what is likely to happen next
March 11, 2018
Voters in Algeria plan local boycott but keenly watch French election
Many cannot help but put side by side the election campaigns in Algeria and in France, writes Abdelkader Cheref
May 3, 2017
In Algeria, some painful reminders of years gone by
Abdelkader Cheref takes stock of the economic situation in Algeria
November 16, 2016
In Algeria, corruption bedevils the economy
Politicians in Algeria have failed to address decades of rampant corruption, writes Abdelkader Cheref.
March 7, 2016
Algerians wonder about the state they’re in
Abdelkader Cheref unpicks the latest baskets of reforms passed by the Algerian parliament
February 9, 2016
In Algeria, will one move prompt further shifts?
The removal of the last remaining survivor of the Algerian generals behind 1992's coup is analysed by Abdelkader Cheref.
October 12, 2015
Oasis city clashes suggest tough challenges for Algerian officials
Abdelkader Cheref unpacks the ethnic violence unfolding in Ghardaia, Algeria
July 12, 2015
Drugs threaten to overwhelm Maghreb youth
Abdelkader Cheref on an explosive coalition between drug traffickers, extremists and corrupt politicians in North Africa that puts security at risk
June 29, 2015
No real progress on crucial issues of free speech
Algeria is seen as a regional key player in the war on terror, but will it be able to combat extremist groups without violating people’s rights asks Abdelkader Cheref
February 14, 2015