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Nedjib Sidi Moussa
Hocine Belalloufi, Democracy in Algeria, Reform or Revolution. Coédition Lazhari Labter éditions / Editions Apic Alger, 2012. On the shelves of bookstores in Algiers, a book appeared a few months ago whose cover immediately stood out. Under the image of a large classic-looking compass, in large and bold letters, is the question that Hocine Belalloufi tries to answer in roughly five hundred pages: Democracy in Algeria, Reform or Revolution? Since 2008, ...Keep Reading »
Nedjib Sidi Moussa is a PhD candidate in the political science department at University Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne). He is also a graduate teaching assistant and teaches political sociology and African studies. His current work focuses on Algerian revolutionaries, anti-colonial transactions, and uses of history.
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