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Western Sahara: Why Morocco Can Declare the Ceasefire Null and Void

Since April 1 Morocco has launched an unprecedented diplomatic offensive to mobilize support for its position on the Western Sahara.

Algeria and Zimbabwe hold the African Union Hostage

The Algerian diplomacy’s fixation with Morocco and the “Western Sahara” conflict has reached a fever pitch.

Facts about the Sahara conflict that you should know

New York- Today the Moroccan people are celebrating the 38th anniversary of the Green March, which took place on November 6, 1975 and saw the participation of 350,000 Moroccans from all walks of life, who marched into the Sahara to free the territory from Spanish rule. This peaceful march constituted a watershed event in Morocco’s recent history.

Improving Moroccan-African Partnership

 In the midst of the global and regional economic and political turmoil, Morocco has chosen a new approach to its international relations by focusing on the South-South cooperation, and it has been obvious that Morocco is heading towards a successful expenditure in Africa and tightening its bonds

Morocco, USA look into development of bilateral cooperation in defense issues

Morocco’s minister-delegate in charge of the national defense administration, Abdeltif Loudyi, examined here this Monday with US secretary of the navy, Ray Mabus, various aspects of cooperation in

The Western Sahara Conflict: On Authoritarianism & Self-Determination

The Western Sahara, located in the southern part of Morocco, has been the object of intense litigation and military conflict since Spanish decolonization in 1975.


With the security situation in the Sahara/Sahel still deteriorating and a disgruntled and youthful refugee population of the Polisario camps in Algeria increasingly vulnerable to the siren songs of various terrorist and criminal gangs active in the region, the Polisario is facing a theoretical ch

Royal Moroccan Navy’s FREMM Frigate on Sea Trials

The FREMM multimission frigate on order for the Royal Moroccan Navy is pursuing sea trials off the French coast in preparation for delivery later this year. In June, French naval shipbuilder DCNS successfully completed a third series of trials to test the performance of the ship’s combat system.

Russia might offer non-nuclear submarine to Morocco

The Russian arms export/import agency Rosoboronexport has been promoting its non-nuclear submarine, the Amur 1650, on world markets.

Algeria is budgeting for $ 300 million to buy weapons for the Polisario

General Taoufik in the head of DRS have ordered the Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal, to generate budgets, the sum of $ 300 million, which should be used to finance arms purchases for the

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