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Arezki Daoud is The North Africa Journal Editor and MEA Risk LLC’s Chief Executive and Lead Analyst. At the North Africa Journal Arezki oversees content development and sets the editorial policies and guidelines. Arezki is an expert on African affairs, with primary focus on the Maghreb, Sahel and Egypt. His coverage of the region spans from security and defense to industrial and economic issues. His expertise includes the energy sector and doing business in the region. At MEA Risk, Arezki overseas all aspects of the company’s development, from the research agenda to growth strategy and day-to-day business activity. Arezki brings a wealth of skills. After college, he worked for oil company Sonatrach, then held research, forecasting and consulting positions for the likes of Harvard University, IDG and IDC. Arezki can be reached at daoud@north-africa.com, at US+508-981-6937 or via Skype at arezki.daoud

As Algeria ups its defensive capabilities, North Africa braces for an influx of new insurgents

As Algeria ups its defensive capabilities, North Africa braces for an influx of new insurgents

The North Africa Journal – September 7, 2017: Over the past 20 years, the Algerian defense system has been largely built based on countering terrorism and militant groups.  While the…

Libya: The unlikely return of peace with Haftar and Serraj in the driving seat

Libya: The unlikely return of peace with Haftar and Serraj in the driving seat

The North Africa Journal- July 27, 2017: By Arezki Daoud: Two Libyan leaders, UN-backed, Tripoli-based Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj and the self-promoted Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the man whose stronghold is…

China focuses on its military footprint in Africa, setting stage for new rivalry with West

China focuses on its military footprint in Africa, setting stage for new rivalry with West

The North Africa Journal – July 13, 2017:  While the United States is scaling back its international positions amid a significant reduction in State Department’s budget that will affect international…

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