|Series||Current political problems|
|LC Classifications||DC408 .A82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||62015310|
Algeria's primary political party, the National Liberation Front (FLN), was established in as part of the struggle for independence and has since largely dominated politics. The Government of Algeria in instituted a multi-party system in response to public unrest, but the surprising first round success of the Islamic Salvation Front. ALISTAIR HORNE is the author of eighteen previous books, including A Savage War of Peace: Algeria —, The Price of Glory: Verdun , How Far from Austerlitz?:Napoleon — and the official biography of British prime minister Harold Macmillan. He is a fellow at St. Anthony’s College, Oxford, and lives in Oxfordshire. He was Cited by: France may have apologised for atrocities in Algeria, but the war still casts a long shadow society apart and continues to weigh on it, notably in . This book brings together Algerian-based scholars and Algerians in the diaspora to address the many, salient issues facing Algeria, the largest country in Africa and the Middle East. Until Febru , Algeria looked like the beacon of stability in .
French Politics and Algeria: The Process of Policy Formation, [William George Andrews] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The end of Algeria’s long and bloody struggle began when French World War II hero Charles de Gaulle returned to politics in after an absence of a dozen years, largely in response to a. Get this from a library! French politics and Algeria; the process of policy formation, [William George Andrews] -- The author attemps to describe and illustrate the differences and similarities in the operation and effectiveness of the parliamentary Fourth French Republic and the presidential Fifth Republic. Due to Algeria’s location on the Mediterranean and long period under French rule, it possessed a large population of European pied-noir’s who owned most of the property and dominated local politics despite making up a minority of the population. Due to the inherent difficulties in Muslims accepting French citizenship, this meant that the.
It’s been some time since I last wrote a book review. Algeria: The Undeclared War by Martin Evans is a fitting choice for the continuation of book reviews, as I recently finished playing a game of Colonial Twilight by Brian Train which depicts the struggle between the French Government and the National Liberation Front (FLN). The war itself proved to be one of the . A week later, the French president awarded the Légion d’Honneur to a group of Harkis, the , Algerians who chose to side with . Choi’s overall focus is on the ‘repatriation politics’ of the French who left Algeria. By this phrase she means the French government’s attempts to relinquish French sovereignty in Algeria and attach a French identity to those of European origin from Algeria, something which had been a crucial point of contention, if not unthinkable. On the pretext of a slight to their consul, the French invaded Algeria in Directed by Marshall Bugeaud, who became the first Governor-General of Algeria, the conquest was violent, marked by a "scorched earth" policy designed to reduce the power of the native rulers, the Dey, including massacres, mass rapes, and other atrocities. Between , and 1,,, from Location: Algeria.