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Lahouari Addi, a native of Algeria, is associate professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Lyons, France, and visiting professor of political science at the University of Utah.
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Volume 24, Issue 3
Not only did the Algerian regime survive the “Arab Spring,” it hardly deviated from its normal methods of authoritarian governance—patronage, pseudodemocratization, and effective use of the security apparatus.
Volume 31, Issue 1
Demonstrators in Algeria and Sudan have drawn on the experiences of earlier Arab protest movements in their efforts to push for lasting change.
Volume 2, Issue 1