Polisario: What Lies Behind Lamamra’s Diplomatic Exhilaration

One of the big problems bothering the new leader of the Polisario, Brahim Ghali, is to find ways to end the diplomatic collapse of the Front, whose recent setback came from Jamaica ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: Alain Juppé’s phrase that will further irritate Algeria

In France, politicians from across the political spectrum all agree when it comes to the Sahara issue: The autonomy plan is a realistic and credible basis for achieving a settlement. ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: the Obsession of Algerian Diplomacy

Chakib Khelil, an Algerian former energy minister, has blamed France for its steady support to Morocco over the Western Sahara issue, confirming again Algerian leaders’ irritation ... Continue Reading →

UN-Sahara: Moroccan Autonomy Plan Has Similarities with Other Countries’ Autonomy Systems

The Morocco-proposed autonomy plan for the Sahara has many similarities with autonomy systems in force in Canada, Europe and the Caribbean states of Trinidad and Tobago, St. Kitts and ... Continue Reading →