In its first few years, the magazine 'Révolution Africaine' opened possibilities for Franco-Algerian cooperation. It was then co-opted by the state.
Fanon Studies has stubbornly failed to consider how Algeria may illuminate Frantz Fanon’s theoretical commitments.
Sahrawis are robbed of their agency by a zero sum game for influence between two regional rivals Morocco and Algeria.
Although he was a spokesperson for the Algerian National Liberation Front, Frantz Fanon’s ideas often came at odds with that movement’s political demands.
It will have to be the Algerian diaspora inside France who will eventually have to mainstream the truth of France's colonial legacy.
This week on AIAC Talk, we speak with Leswin Laubscher and Derek Hook about the phenomenology of Franz Fanon and the ways he is understood throughout different eras of time.
COVID-19 exposed and exacerbated inequality and insecurity in North Africa's food systems. But the roots of the current crisis can be found in the legacy of colonialism and new forms of imperialism.
One of the evolving themes about Algeria's Hirak movement is how it reinvigorated protest among Algeria's diaspora, including in the U.S.
The historically fraught relationship of metropole and colony persists between France and Algeria, as a recent “symbolic” gesture reveals.
Today's social movements rely on tech collectives to organize safely. But few know the history of other technologies used by earlier liberation movements.
COVID-19 has been a blessing to the ruling classes in Algeria. However, the popular Hirak movement has not said its last word yet.
Any talk about green transition and sustainability must not become a façade for neocolonial schemes of plunder and domination.
Protestors in Algeria, the US, and elsewhere must begin to imagine what a new, grassroots Third-Worldism of the 21st century may look like.
In the 1960s, Algiers was a beacon for worldwide liberation movements. What happened to its rebellious spirit?
November 1, 2019, is the 65th anniversary of the War of Liberation against French colonialism. The ongoing protests in Algeria is expected to enter a new phase: civil resistance.
While protests in the north of Algeria grabs headlines today, protest and dissent in the Algerian Sahara have been going on for decades.
How the African Cup of Nations shows up Arab-African identity and cultural politics on the continent.
Fanon is your revolutionary's revolutionary. His life and work continue to inspire and empower a new generation of dreamers and fighters.
Algeria reached the African Cup final for the first time in 29 years after defeating Nigeria. It can't be divorced from politics back home.
The peaceful nature of the massive protests against Algeria's undemocratic regime signals the universal reclamation of the people's right to perform who they are and who they want to be.