Battles for Democracy

Spencer, Claire
November 2003
World Today;Nov2003, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p8
Examines the socio-economic condition in North Africa in the aftermath of Iraq war. Discussion of the slow advance of democracy in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria; Effect of the war in Iraq on the employment and participatory politics in African countries.


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