King Mohammed VI in Saudi Arabia for First Morocco-GCC summit

The current visit King Mohammed VI is paying to Saudi Arabia to take part in the first summit between Morocco and the Gulf Cooperation Council is worrying Algeria, which fears a strengthening ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: Ban Ki-Moon’s Bias Spurs Support to Morocco

The bias of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and his recent remarks hostile to Morocco’s sovereignty over the Sahara have revived the momentum of the international support ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: Algiers attempts to short-circuit the UN and Rabat’s strategic allies

Algerian diplomacy is in a race against the clock in its attempts to undermine Morocco’s excellent relations with its main strategic allies, mainly France and the United States, on ... Continue Reading →

Western Sahara: Washington Still Deems Moroccan Autonomy Plan Credible

Washington reaffirmed that it has not changed its position on Western Sahara and that its policy toward the issue has remained consistent for many years, denying thus the claims made ... Continue Reading →