Major violence during ongoing wars have devastated already poor people, but rights activists watching Mali conflict with unease that stability is close
Algeria articles on Democracy Chronicles
News about the struggle for democracy in Algeria. The military and intelligence services dominate politics and political freedom is repressed. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our Africa articles.
Traditional media definitions of conflicts underestimate plight of a forgotten North Africa people
Mali conflict has devastated infrastructure and caused untold suffering for millions: Mali remains a country damaged as hope for rebuilding period begins
Nation continues to face rebel control of half of country while talks with rebels in Mali are uncertain – Can the government find peace with rebels or is Mali in for more trouble?
Public Union Workers on Hunger Strike Against Algerian Dictatorship Draw International Attention
Elections See Widespread Fraud, Low Turnout as Algerian Arab Spring Activists Remain Active
Leadership Decries Chaos of Arab Spring as Regional Neighbors Democratize and Algeria Election Brings Questions of Fairness and Accuracy
Controversial Algerian Vote Weak Turnout Might Reflect People’s New Rejection of Government Reform
Arab Spring Democracy Push Puts Pressure on Ruling Dictatorship and is a Test of Algeria Reforms
Violent History Overshadows Opposition’s Chances of Victory as Protest Brings Revolution to Neighbors But Should Observers Expect an Algeria Arab Spring?