Political paralysis in oil-dependent Algeria has blocked much-needed economic reform.
To avoid a new era of instability, the government should increase transparency and accountability within state institutions and the private sector, as well as improve opportunities for the country’s burgeoning youth.
- What’s new?
Since the 2014 oil price drop, Algeria’s economic model, which emerged from the civil war in the 1990s, appears increasingly unsustainable.
Despite repeated reform promises, the political system remains paralysed, led by an…
- Why does it matter?
An adaptation of…