Algeria, a strategic partner and a key energy supplier for Europe and Italy, is an island of stability in a tumultuous region. Seven years after the Arab Spring uprisings, the Algerian regime has shown a significant degree of resilience and adaptability. The country’s relative peace and the regime’s longevity reflect the capacity of elites to dispense political and economic resources, in a manner that has allowed to absorb social dissatisfaction, keep society in check, and strengthen the foundations of their rule. What are the mechanisms behind these dynamics? Will they will work indefinitely? What are the prospects for Algeria?
Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck, Carnegie Middle East Center
Caterina Roggero, University of Milan Bicocca
Nicola Missaglia, ISPI
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