Weekend Reading: Boutef Again, Bringing Democracy Back to Turkey, and Hep-C in Egypt
Steven A. Cook
April 11, 2014
Members of a local dance troupe perform during a campaign rally for current Algerian President and candidate in the forthcoming presidential election, Abdelaziz Bouteflik, in Ain Ouassara southwest of Algiers April 10, 2014 (Louafi Larbi/Courtesy Reuters).
Alexis Artaud de La Ferrière examines how Algeria’s elections will influence regional politics, especially those in Tunisia.
The Turkish citizen journalism group “140journos” is trying to use technology to bring democracy back to Turkey, writes Burcu Baykurt for Jadaliyya.
Maria Golia discusses the issue of fighting Hepatitis C in Egypt.
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