An Overshadowed Anniversary

 

Algeria is associated with a number of issues that matter to the Left: the struggle for national independence from colonialism, the formation of the Non-Aligned Movement, and deep, thoroughgoing popular mobilization. That said, it’s also known for its authoritarian structures, aggressive extractivism, and a lack of reckoning with the colonial past.

In commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of Algeria’s independence from France in 1962, our new dossier features articles on various facets of Algerian independence, along with its political, economic, and social development. We seek to build a bridge between the past and present, helping readers to understand where the country stands today.
 

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VideoFood Crisis: Rising Prices, Hun­ger and How to Fix Them

An event jointly organized by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and IPES-Food

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How a just transition to green mobility can create thousands of new jobs

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