Multilateralism: A Testimony

Originally posted on HUMAN WRONGS WATCH:
Human Wrongs Watch By Ambassador Idriss Jazairy and Roberto Savio* For over 70 years, the UN system has been perceived as the guardian of peace and development in the world. However, multilateralism today is undeniably under strain. The effectiveness of global institutions and of global policymaking is questioned, and…

Half of Migrants Arrived to Spain in 2018 Reported Direct Experience With Human Trafficking, Exploitation or Abuse During Western Mediterranean Route

Originally posted on HUMAN WRONGS WATCH:
Human Wrongs Watch Madrid, 12 March 2019 (IOM)* —  According to an International Organization for Migration (IOM) flow monitoring survey of over 1,300 migrants and refugees in Spain last year, nearly half (48%) of those interviewed indicated having at least one direct experience related to human trafficking, exploitation or…

Algerian protesters not satisfied with Bouteflika’s latest whirl

After protesters rejected President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s offer to step down after one year should he be re-elected, his latest announcement that he will extend his fourth term is being met with more anger. Why Algerian protesters aren’t satisfied with Bouteflika’s latest ‘concession’ By Simon Speakman Cordall March 11, 2019 Students protest against Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, […]

Algerian Meme Protests

Originally posted on Bohemian Algerian:
Algeria was a very hot country in the recent decades with serious problems. In the past, the hot headed people looked for solutions through throwing stones and shooting bullets, only by force. However, it has changed. These days Algeria is in chaos because of the fifth election trial of the…

What’s Going On In Algeria ?

Originally posted on Bohemian Algerian:
As the news have reached even the New York Times and other national and international broadcast services, Algeria is protesting in national and international level, on the streets of every Algerian districts and even on the streets of France. There may be two important questions of “Why?” and “Why is…