Algeria: History, People and Political Struggle (The Contemporary Middle East)

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9780415630238: Algeria: History, People and Political Struggle (The Contemporary Middle East)
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This book starts by covering the birth of Algerian nation (a community connected by a homeland, the Arabic language, and Islam), gives an overview of the country under French colonialism from 1832 to 1962―including the seven-year war for independence, and then tackles the state-building efforts, the elaboration of the socialist economy and its subsequent demise by the early 1990s, the decade-long armed Islamist rebellion, the central role of
the military in the political system, and the unfolding efforts at political and economic liberalization and their outcomes.

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Azzedine Layachi is Professor of Political Science, St. Johns University, New York

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