Néjib Ayachi (The Maghreb Center)
- The Transformation of Algerian Islamist Parties
Amel Boubekeur (Carnegie Middle East Center)
- Algeria: Export Diversification and the new Foreign Direct Investment Regime: A Perspective from Chile and Malaysia’s Successes
José G. Gijón-Spalla (Johns Hopkins University –SAIS & International Monetary Fund)
- Energizing EU-Algerian Relations
Hakim Darbouche (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies)
- The United States and Algeria: The Cautious Road to Partnership
Yahia H. Zoubir (Euromed Marseille)
- Algeria and the Western Sahara Dispute
Jacob Mundy (University of Exeter)
Writing Algeria: On the History and Culture of Colonialism
Abdelmajid Hannoum (University of Kansas)
Books reviewed in this essay:
- Patricia Lorcin, Imperial identities: Stereotyping, Prejudice and Race in Colonial Algeria(London: I.B. Tauris, 1996).
- James McDougall, History and Culture of Nationalism in Algeria (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005)
- Hugh Roberts, The Battlefield Algeria 1988–2002: Studies in a Broken Polity (London: Verso, 2003)
Algeria’s Colonial History Revisited
Francis Ghilès (CIDOB, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs)
Books reviewed in this essay:
- Pierre Daumon, Un siècle de passions algériennes, Une Histoire de l’Algérie Coloniale 1830-1940 (Fayard 2009)
- John W. Kiser, The Life and Times of Emir Abd el-Kader, A story of true Jihad (Monkfish Book Publishing Co. 2008)
De Gaulle and Algeria
Azzedine Layachi (Saint John’s University, New York)
- Benjamin Stora, Le mystère de Gaulle : Son choix pour l’Algérie (Editions Robert Laffont 2009)
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