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Yasmina Allouche
Yasmina Allouche

Yasmina holds a Masters in International Conflict Studies. She has a particular interest in Algeria and the Maghreb region and is researcher at TRT World Research Centre.

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Ending Bouteflika's Algeria: This is not the Arab Spring

11 March, 2019

Comment: Bouteflika's withdrawal from the presidential race is a significant victory for its burgeoning protest movement, writes Yasmina Allouche.

Algeria's anti-immigrant hysteria is hiding government failings

13 July, 2017

Comment: Control of the situation lies in legalising the presence of sub-Saharan migrants in Algeria, writes Yasmina Allouche.

Bouteflika or not, Algerians know the ballot-box is empty

31 March, 2017

Comment: Rumours abound as the Algerian president's appearances become increasingly rare, but whatever comes next, it is unlikely to change much for Algeria's citizens, writes Yasmina Allouche.

Where has Algeria's revolutionary spirit gone?

01 November, 2016

Comment: Algerians have a strong sense of collective pride in their national heroes, but little was learned from their struggle that could be injected into modern battles, writes Yasmina Allouche

Algeria and Cuba allied by a shared revolutionary struggle

28 October, 2016

Comment: For Algerians, Cuba's socialist ambitions were a vital source of comparison and hope in reflecting on the struggle against colonialism and foreign domination, writes Yasmina Allouche.

Yasmina Allouche
Yasmina Allouche

Yasmina holds a Masters in International Conflict Studies. She has a particular interest in Algeria and the Maghreb region and is researcher at TRT World Research Centre.

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