North Africa has deeply changed over the last decade. After the overall failure of the 2011 Arab uprisings, growing patterns of international meddling have intersected with regional and domestic dynamics. From evolving migratory trends to socio-political unrest, cross-border security threats and defective regional integration, North Africa has grown into a complex mosaic which might become even more convoluted in light of the game-changing, yet still unpredictable, consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. How has the region evolved politically and economically since the 2011 revolts? What are the most likely geopolitical trajectories in the region? How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting its socio-economic and security dynamics? And what geopolitical trends will most likely impact North Africa over the next years?