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The North Africa Journal is a leading English-language publication focused on North Africa. The Journal covers primarily the Maghreb region and expands its general coverage to the Sahel, Egypt, and beyond, when events in those regions affect the broader North Africa geography. The Journal does not have any affiliation with any institution and has been independent since its founding in 1996. Our position is to always bring our best analysis of events affecting the region, and remain as neutral as humanly possible. Our coverage is not limited to one single topic, but ranges from economic and political affairs, to security, defense, social and environmental issues. We rely on our full staff analysts and editors to bring you best-in-class analysis. We also work with sister company MEA Risk LLC, to leverage the presence on the ground of a solid network of contributors and experts. Information on MEA Risk can be found at www.MEA-Risk.com.

Uncommon Grounds: New Media and Critical Practices in North Africa and the Middle East, edited by Anthony Downey

Uncommon Grounds: New Media and Critical Practices in North Africa and the Middle East, edited by Anthony Downey

Uncommon Grounds¬†is a stimulating exploration into art practices in North Africa and the Middle East, and also a thought-provoking look at the fluid relationship between art and society more generally,…

Moscow’s possible lifting of arms embargo on Libya could trigger new violence, setback to Western interests

Moscow’s possible lifting of arms embargo on Libya could trigger new violence, setback to Western interests

The North Africa Journal | Jan. 10, 2017 | Hakim Briki:¬† For the period of January 02 to 08, 2017, there were 30 critical incidents in Libya, resulting in 38…

Tunisia braces for return of militants from war zones, while at odds with Germany over deportation of Berlin attack perpetrator

Tunisia braces for return of militants from war zones, while at odds with Germany over deportation of Berlin attack perpetrator

January 10, 2017 | The North Africa Journal | By Hakim Briki | UN data suggests that some 4,000 Tunisian nationals are fighting alongside Islamic insurgency groups in war zones.…

Morocco sustains counter-terror campaign, as Prime Minister struggles to set up new cabinet

Morocco sustains counter-terror campaign, as Prime Minister struggles to set up new cabinet

January 10, 2017: The North Africa Journal: By Hakim Briki: The CIA has warned a number of countries, including Morocco, of a risk of Berlin-like attacks conducted by Islamic State…