Libya’s Never Ending Civil War…or Is It?

Originally posted on Astute News:
Ghassan Salame, the UN’s point man for Libya began his analysis and brief to the Security Council last week by emphasising that the armed conflict in Libya “shows no signs of abating”. He added “The war around Tripoli has already left nearly 1100 dead, including 106 civilians. Hundreds of thousands…


Originally posted on KRISHNA CHAITANYA :
Climate change is real and uncertain. It plays a great impact on the environment and our lives. Most of the people aren’t aware of what climate change is due to unreliable sources or lack of misinformation. But we do know what global warming is all about. Global warming is one…

Building A Democracy in Tunisia

Originally posted on Redefining Conservative Philosophy:
The Legacy of Habib Bourguiba Introduction On Dec. 2010, Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old street fruit vendor, lit himself on fire in protest in Tunisia. His desperate act of protest sparked immediate popular resistance and mobilizations across the Middle East and North Africa. On Jan. 14 of 2011, after massive…

Algeria's military regime going through a thin patch

Algeria’s military regime going through a thin patch

In the aftermath of independence, Algerian leaders called for national unity.  The option for centralizing resources and jobs was justified in the name of this accepted without discussion supreme imperative. Accelerating the state process of economic development meant the concentration of political power for the benefit of the head of state. Today, Algeria’s military regime […]