New PDF release: Algeria in Transition: Reforms and Development Prospects

By Ahmed Aghrout,Redha. M Bougherira,Professor John Keiger

ISBN-10: 041534848X

ISBN-13: 9780415348485

This e-book, via offering an updated, systematic analytical account on adjustments in Algeria, makes a beneficial contribution to the literature in this state that has no longer but obtained a lot consciousness within the Anglo-American academy. Its virtue is that it completely makes a speciality of Algeria, hence departing from current reviews facing the full geographical quarter of North Africa or the Maghreb.

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