The New Arab Logo

Breaking News

Habibulah Mohamed Lamin

Share this page:
  • 0

  • twitter Share
Habibulah Mohamed Lamin
Habibulah Mohamed Lamin

Habibulah Mohamed Lamin is an independent journalist based in the Sahrawi refugee camps, Southwestern Algeria. He regularly contributes to Al-monitor, as well as ThinkProgress and RefugeesDeeply.

Share this page:
  • 0

  • twitter

Is Morocco's royal court reaching out to the opposition?

21 December, 2018

The Hamidine scandal has pushed the ruling Islamist party out of favour, and the monarchy-supporting opposition is waiting in the wings, writes Habib Lamin.

Europe's deals to stem migration empower corrupt officials

21 December, 2018

Populist European efforts to end the flow of people into the continent see billions of euros heading to north African governments, reports Habibullah Lamin.

Progress in Western Sahara yields new commitments to 'self-determination'

14 December, 2018

After direct talks, the latest UN-sponsored negotiation on Western Sahara ended with US pressure mounting to resolve the conflict. But how long will this really last?

Migration and its role in Morocco's political agenda

22 November, 2018

Analysis: Morocco is using the refugee crisis to build a trade deal with Europe, reports Habibulah Mohammed Lamin.

The closure of Mauritania’s only Islamist scholars Training Centre

21 November, 2018

Analysis: The rising popularity of Islamist political groups is being seen as a threat to the continuing rule of the National Coalition for the Republic, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Algeria using Mauritania to accelerate influence across Africa

20 November, 2018

Algeria has used a fissure in Mauritania-Morocco ties to open a niche for itself in north African economic and military affairs, writes Habibulah Mohamed Lamin.

Trump aid cuts leave Western Sahara peacekeeping facing collapse

20 April, 2018

Slashing funding to UN missions was a favourite topic of the Trump campaign, but it will have real consequences, writes Habibulah Lamin.

Western Sahara proves sticking point in EU-Morocco fisheries deal

19 April, 2018

The EU finds itself obliged to either include Western Sahara in renewing the agreement, a breach of its own law, or cancel the trade accord with Morocco.

Polisario Front leader replaces prime minister

05 February, 2018

Abdelkader Taleb Omar has been forced out, and Mohamed Alwali Akaik, a close ally of the president, has been sworn in, as alliances and rivalries anticipate the Front's forthcoming Congress.

Behind Algeria's Iranian book ban

30 January, 2018

Blog: Fears of Iranian influences sparking sectarian divisions in Algeria are unlikely to stop future cooperation between Algiers and Tehran, writes Habibulah Lamin.

Morocco's first spy satellite fuels regional rivalry

30 January, 2018

Blog: Impoverished citizenries are paying the price as each country races to the stars, writes Habibulah Lamin.

Hashish sparks Algeria-Morocco war of words

29 January, 2018

Chances of a swift resolution go up in smoke as Algeria's accusations against Morocco threaten to deepen the rift between the two countries.

Habibulah Mohamed Lamin
Habibulah Mohamed Lamin

Habibulah Mohamed Lamin is an independent journalist based in the Sahrawi refugee camps, Southwestern Algeria. He regularly contributes to Al-monitor, as well as ThinkProgress and RefugeesDeeply.

Most Popular

Most Popular