Welcome to the Maghreb Center Student Blog !

Welcome to the Maghreb Center Student blog, a site dedicated to the exploration of unfolding events in North Africa. Through featured articles, commentary, and analysis, we hope to look behind the headlines at the roots and causes of these events, as well as the multi-faceted issues that they involve.

As part of its mission to increase knowledge and understanding of  North Africa, the Maghreb Center is dedicated to supporting the study and exploration of the region’s history, culture, as well as political and economic issues. This blog features Maghreb Center interns and students’ commentaries and research work that reflect the Center’s commitment to expanding the discussion on this important region of the world.


If you want to submit a paper, an article, or an essay, please send an email to administration@maghrebcenter.org, with ”MC Student Blog Contribution” as a subject.


About The Maghreb Center

Fostering Understanding and Development of the Maghreb: The Mission of the Maghreb Center is to increase understanding by US policy makers, academia, the media, the business community and the public at large of the five countries of North Africa, also known as the Maghreb: Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. Another area of interest of the Maghreb Center is the Sudan-Sahel region. The Maghreb Center joins American specialists of the region with Maghrebi counterparts in Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia. The Center is an initiative of scholars of North Africa and development practitioners. For more information on the Maghreb Center's founding members, current board members, and associates, please consult our website ( http://maghrebcenter.org/).
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