Algeria faces big challenges ahead, with President Abdelaziz Bouteflika likely to be nearing the end of his 14-year term in office and opposition forces lining up to disrupt the status quo when he goes. The internal instability which could follow comes at time of growing turmoil in the region and the ever-present threat of militant extremists on Algeria’s doorstep.

<i>President Abdelaziz Bouteflika of Algeria could be nearing the end of his term in office. He is in poor health and elections are due in early 2014. His party has already elected a new leader, Amar Saadani. But a change of president could spark internal strife as old conflicts come to the fore. Algeria also has to ...

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 Charles Millon
Algeria and Morocco remain the only powerful and stable poles in the region. They could provide the key to peace in North Africa and the Sahel by dismantling jihadist networks in the Sahara and Sahel
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