Inside the Battle of Algiers is an exciting story to be read on several levels. It is the detailed account of the fourteen months of the battle for Algiers in the most heated period of the Algerian National Liberation Army (ALN) struggle for independence from France.
Fratricidal Jihadists: Why Islamists Keep Losing their Civil Wars
Deep States in MENA
The Impact of ISIS on Algeria’s Security Doctrine
Islamic State in North Africa: Still There, Struggling to Expand
"Early" Transitional Justice in the Arab World: Lessons Learned
Noureddine Jebnoun, Mehrdad Kia and Mimi Kirk
In the wake of massive demonstrations in 2010 that led to the so-called Arab Spring, scholars from a variety of disciplines have sought to explain the phenomenon of authoritarianism in the Middle East.
Algeria's Path to Reform: Authentic Change?
Algeria: In Search of an Economic and Political Future
Nationalism, Anarchism, Reform: Political Islam from the Inside Out