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Population: 46.63m
GDP: $266.78bn
Debt: 46.4 % of GDP (2024)

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Tebboune seeks help

President Abdelmadjid Tebboune had a positive result from his late predecessor's mixed legacy when he marked the run-up to the holy month of Ramadan by inaugurating the new Algiers...

Tebboune prepares to see off challengers

Strategic competition with Rabat over ties with Israel and the disputed Western Sahara keeps the region on edge

In the opaque world of Maghreb politics, mooted changes in the senior leaderships of Algeria and Morocco can send shockwaves across the region. But there is no sign that the econom...


A league of quarrelling neighbours

Algerian officials have headed off Egypt's attempts to postpone the Arab League summit planned for November but ructions continue

Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry walked out of an Arab League ministerial meeting earlier this month upon learning that it would be chaired by Libyan foreign minister Najla M...


Navigating through the fog of cold war

Only one national cause defines policy in Algiers and Rabat – and it isn't Ukraine

For Algeria and its ally, the Polisario Front, as for their bitter rival Morocco, a 'national cause' remains their main preoccupation. For Algeria it is independence of the Saharan...

Unmanned by drones

The vulnerability of expensive armour and military aircraft to Turkey's Bayraktar drones and cheap anti-tank missiles in the Ukraine conflict is causing a drastic rethink in the Al...

Living in limboland

The military-backed clean-up and stronger export earnings are unlikely to help the economy. Reform is promised but structural change is unlikely

President Abdelmajid Tebboune's government breathed a typically Algerian sigh of relief as more stable oil prices and the higher gas prices have infused the cash-strapped treasury ...

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