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Ramtane Lamamra

Date of Birth: 15 June 1952
Place of Birth: Amizour, Béjaïa Province

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Protests flush out the old guard

But it may fail just as an early effort to broker a national unity agreement involving the Deputy Prime Minister Ramtane Lamamra and veteran UN envoy Lakhdar Brahimi – who few would deny are two of Algeria's most respected diplomats – quickly came to nothing...


A spring in the step

The proposals are believed to be the work of two members of the inner circle both former foreign ministers: 85-year-old Lakhdar Brahimi who served as the UN's mediator in Syria between 2012 and 2014 and Ramtane Lamamra 66 who has now returned as foreign minister as well as taking on the newly created post of deputy premier (AC Vol 57 No 22 How to win friends and Vol 60 No 3 Diplomatic differences)...

Diplomatic differences

He has been on the defensive ever since his fellow Algerian Ramtane Lamamra who was the Peace and Security Commissioner between 2008 and 2013 returned to the AU in October 2017 as High Representative for Silencing the Guns (AC Vol 59 No 11 The Sahara conflict is back)...

Rabat's Cold War manoeuvre

Algeria has strong diplomatic representation in Addis Ababa and remains under Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra – a possible successor to Dlamini-Zuma – a force in world diplomacy...

Drawing a line in Libya

Optimistic Western diplomats see signs of Algiers taking a greater regional role under Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra re-engaging with the Mali peace process and agreeing to host the 40-country African Mechanism for Police Cooperation (Afripol)...


Rumblings among the rivals

With its diplomacy in the skilled hands of Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra Algiers has re-emerged as a major player in the Malian peace process (AC Vol 56 No 13 A peace deal against all odds)...

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A peace deal, against all odds

Algeria's Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra who has played a leading role in the negotiations and will chair the implementation committee was the most optimistic hailing 'a new beginning a new destiny for Mali ' (AC Vol 55 No 3 No end to deadlock)...


More war, more talks

At a joint press conference on 19 February in Algiers with his counterpart Ramtane Lamamra British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond argued 'We don't believe that military action can solve the problem in Libya ' adding 'the Algerian position and the British position are identical...


Joining up security in the Sahel

Usually President Abdelaziz Bouteflika shows little interest in Sub-Saharan diplomacy but for the first time he has a foreign minister with a real understanding of African issues and extensive contacts – Ramtane Lamamra the former African Union Commissioner for Peace and Security whom he appointed in September...

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