OPEC's agreement in Algeria. Will oil prices recover?
Global oil market breathed a sigh of relief on 28 September, as the price of oil rose by about 6 per cent, approaching $50 per barrel.
Establishment parties face, in the coming months, escalating crises impacting their performance, their alliances, and their survival.
On “fragile pockets” and “infinite revolutions” that compound instability in the Middle East.
Bouteflika’s succession dilemma and scenarios of change in Algeria
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s illness has shrouded the Algerian political landscape in uncertainty over who will succeed him.
Widespread protests have not transformed into a popular revolt, despite the ripe environment for a revolution within Algeria.
Recent developments in the Middle East’s oil and natural gas sectors indicate the likelihood of a productivity boom
The newly-formed Algerian government headed by Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune has prioritized addressing economic hardships.
Mapping the Political Parties in the Algerian Legislative Elections
The Algerian legislative elections, taking place on Thursday May 4, demonstrate that the country is moving towards a greater democracy.
Despite terrorist threats in North Africa, Algeria did not witness terrorist operations ever since the In Amenas hostage crisis.
How do Currencies Reflect the Arab Region’s Dynamics?
Currencies, whether paper or coins, real or virtual, digital or any other form, reflect the ongoing interactions in the Middle East.
Reasons Behind the Increasing Politicization of Drug Control in the Middle East
Drug control in the Middle East is no longer a purely security issue, it is increasingly taking on political dimensions.
Why is Turkey Seeking Stronger Ties with Africa?
Turkey shows a particular interest in promoting its relations with African countries. This was reflected in recent tours made by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the continent.
Why Crises Facing Doctors in the Middle East are Escalating
Crises suffered by medical doctors in several countries such as Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq and Turkey, escalated to varying degrees.
How the Algerian Government is Dealing with Returning Extremists
The Algerian government is pursuing a certain security strategy mainly aimed at countering terrorist organizations and armed groups.
Security Challenges and Prospects in Algeria
On 26 May 2016, FARAS hosted Dr. Bouhnia Goui, Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Ouargla in Algeria