Sahara: Paris Getting Used to Lamamra’s Whims

Ramtane Lamamra is playing his favorite game again. The head of Algerian diplomacy is once again trying to exert pressure on France to make it change its standpoint on the Sahara issue, and shamelessly...
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Algeria-Sahara: How Ayrault Restrained Lamamra

According to informed sources in the Polisario headquarters in Tindouf, the Algerian government was keen to publicize its Sunday meeting with Polisario officials for a very specific purpose: to send a...
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Sahara: The unconvincing denial of the Quai d’Orsay

While relations between Morocco and France are currently strained, a French minister has just committed a new faux pas, throwing more fuel on the fire. The socialist minister of Agriculture and spokesman...
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Western Sahara: Sahrawis’ Leaving to Tindouf, a Mere Gong-Show

The revelations made recently by a former member of the Polisario, who left the Tindouf camps and returned to Morocco, say a lot about the genesis of the Western Sahara conflict. Semlali Aabadilah has...
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Western Sahara’s independence, an unsustainable Solution (Spanish Institute)

Mohamed Abdelaziz’s attitude is usually egotistical and arrogant even when he is facing problems or difficulties. However, a report published recently by a renowned Spanish research center has unsettled...
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