From the Editors
[This is a roundup of news articles and other materials circulating on the Maghreb and reflects a wide variety of opinions. It does not reflect the views of the Maghreb Page Editors or of Jadaliyya. You may send your own recommendations for inclusion in each week's roundup to email@example.com by Sunday night of every week.]
"Notes on an ‘Introductory Algeria Foreign Policy Reading List (I)" - Guide and review of the theoretical and historical literature on Algeria.
"نجاح المرأة في الانتخابات التشريعية يثير قلق بعض الجزائريين" - Analysis of the societal response to the "feminization" of Algeria's parliament.
"Une nécessité pour les autres réformes (1er partie)" - Call for economic reform and accompanying political reform to halt the state's inefficient and hegemonic fiscal policy.
"Opinion: A Country Divided in Its Sorrow – by Zainab Al-Arabi" - Further reflections on the internal divide created by the revolution.
"The Qaddafi Archives, Libya before the Arab Spring" - London Festival of Photography exhibit displays original photos of Qaddafi crimes discovered during the revolution by Human Rights Watch.
"Libya: Carter Center Launches Limited Election Observation Mission"- Preparations for the upcoming Libyan elections come underway.
"23 JUNE 2012 #MAURITANIA OPPOSITION “BIGGEST EVER” MARCH AND RALLY" - Approximately 60,000 citizens marched in Nouakchott and other cities to demand the regime restore adequate water distribution.
"In Mauritania, Anti-slavery Activists Show Resolve At March And Score A Victory At Trial of Jailed Abolitionists"
"من لموريتانيا؟"- Criticism of the government's failure to address the increasingly high cost of living and the deterioration of basic services.
"La grande corruption règne en maître au Maroc" - High level corruption involving the secretary general and prime minister, who invested in their own schemes with public funds.
"La révolte Douar Chlihat, Loukos,région Ksar Kebir" - Aftermath of police suppression in the Chlihat region, where villagers attempted to bargain for a better standard of living with the agricultural company that operates the area.
"#MAMCAST عمر بنجلون ج1 : قضية الحاقد و باقي معتقلي الرأي" - Interview with lawyer Omar Benjelloun regarding Feb 20 prisoners of conscience and other current human rights issues in Morocco.
"Aboubakr Jamai: « Morocco is a country worth following »" - Interview with renowned Journalist Aboubakr Jamai regarding the greater press-freedoms Morocco's digital publications offer.
"Following Tunisia's Art Fair Riots, Artists Speak Out About the Escalating Attacks on Free Speech" - Reactions from artists who accuse the government of failing to intervene against Salafist censorship.
"Extradition of Baghdadi Mahmoudi Shakes Tunisian Political Scene" - President Marzouki may resign to protest the extradition of Mahmoudi without his approval.
"Etat d’urgence : Porte ouverte à la dérive autoritaire et blanc-seing au ministère de l’Intérieur" - The danger's of Tunisia's sustained emergency rule.
"The ‘Call for Tunisia" - Prospects of the self-ascribed moderate party established by former prime minister Caid Essebsi and former members of the RCD.
"Arab Spring started in Western Sahara" - Interview with Sidi Ahmed Talmidi, a Western Saraha activist who participated in the 2010 independence protests.
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