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After failing to make its case against Goldman Sachs, Libya’s sovereign wealth fund takes Société Générale to court

After failing to make its case against Goldman Sachs, Libya’s sovereign wealth fund takes Société Générale to court

The North Africa Journal –  May 4, 2017: The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) is back to the UK to sue the French financial giant Société Générale (SG) for corruption in…

Uncertainty over Italy’s renewal of key gas deal with Algeria

Uncertainty over Italy’s renewal of key gas deal with Algeria

The North Africa Journal – May 4, 2017:  Since the beginning of the year, Italy has been sending mix signals about the renewal of its gas contract with Algeria. The…

Social and labor unrest escalates in Tunisia as the government is running out of ideas

Social and labor unrest escalates in Tunisia as the government is running out of ideas

Over the past weekend, the Tunisian central government dismissed two senior provincial officials in the restive Tataouine province located in the southeast, near the Libyan border.  In the capital, Prime…

How the ban on electronics in US/UK bound flights serves two purposes: annoy travelers and reduce airline competition

How the ban on electronics in US/UK bound flights serves two purposes:  annoy travelers and reduce airline competition

The North Africa Journal – March 21, 2017: The US imposed a ban on most electronics on flights from Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE. The…

Algeria: Major controversy over replacement of Sonatrach CEO

Algeria: Major controversy over replacement of Sonatrach CEO

The North Africa Journal – March 20, 2017 – The CEO of the Algerian company Sonatrach is a very powerful man.  Undoubtedly he has powers that exceed those of many…

How Egypt’s charm offensive abroad is in sharp contrast with its domestic politics

How Egypt’s charm offensive abroad is in sharp contrast with its domestic politics

The North Africa Journal – March 8, 2017 – Egypt is working hard to fix its crumbling image abroad. Editorial after editorial, and article after article in the Western press…

Tunisia and Morocco looking for Africa markets for business and politics

Tunisia and Morocco looking for Africa markets for business and politics

The North Africa Journal: March 7, 2017- Two North African countries, Morocco and Tunisia, have been seeking membership into two regional economic groups in an effort to expand business opportunities…

Labor Unions: Localized and segmented unions in North Africa seek better coordination

Labor Unions: Localized and segmented unions in North Africa seek better coordination

The North Africa Journal – Feb 21, 2017:  Labor protests have been a major source of the heightened level of social unrest across the region.  This past week saw its…

Saudi Arabia-Tunisia: New honeymoon period in an uncharted territory

Saudi Arabia-Tunisia: New honeymoon period in an uncharted territory

The North Africa Journal: Saudi Arabia is known for its efforts of pushing for its extreme Wahhabi agenda in North Africa and elsewhere. And after a brief intermission, Saudi Arabia…

Outlook: Yet another cycle of uncertainty for the region

Outlook: Yet another cycle of uncertainty for the region

As the armed forces and security services manage to control, to a certain extent, the terror threat, the Greater North Africa region is facing unprecedented political tension, social stress and…

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