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Since 2011 Algeria has recorded a series of important political changes, despite its reputation as one of the most immobile countries in a region marked by instability and turmoil. This evolution in the nature of Algeria's regime has gone largely unnoticed on the international media, while domestically the authorities have been able to craft a narrative centered around the idea of a transition from a military-backed system to a civilian regime. In this powerful ...Keep Reading »
Riccardo Fabiani is a senior analyst on North Africa for political risk consultancy Eurasia Group. He focuses on Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Morocco.