X Welcome to International Affairs Forum

International Affairs Forum a platform to encourage a more complete understanding of the world's opinions on international relations and economics. It presents a cross-section of all-partisan mainstream content, from left to right and across the world.

By reading International Affairs Forum, not only explore pieces you agree with but pieces you don't agree with. Read the other side, challenge yourself, analyze, and share pieces with others. Most importantly, analyze the issues and discuss them civilly with others.

And, yes, send us your essay or editorial! Students are encouraged to participate.

Please enter and join the many International Affairs Forum participants who seek a better path toward addressing world issues.
Wed. May 22, 2024
Get Published   |   About Us   |   Donate   | Login
International Affairs Forum
Social Media: Africa: North Africa: Morocco

1-30 Social Media articles displayed
for the Africa/North Africa/Morocco Region

External Article
The Economic Crisis and the Mediterranean: Mixed Effects, Longer-Term Questions
This brief explores the impact of the global pressures on key countries in North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean. The analysis suggests that most countries in the region are weathering the financ... Read More...

External Article
Local Elections and National Democracy Opportunities in Morocco
Article on Morocco's election process. By Amel Boubekeur (Carnegie Endowment,06/29/2009) Read More...

External Article
A Real Network of Terror?
Claims by Al-Qaeda that they have a functioning and effective terrorist network in the Maghreb region of North Africa and examined. Although a number of recent terror attacks seem to support the claim... Read More...

External Article
The new Al Qaeda: local franchises
This article examines the less sophisticated, more localized attacks by al Qaeda which are difficult to detect and are just as effective at communicating their message. By Peter Grier (Christian Scie... Read More...

External Article
Al Qaeda's Smart Bombs
The author examines the nationality and background of bin Laden sponsored terrorists who killed themselves since 1995. More importantly, he looks at the nationality of their targets to reveal a patte... Read More...

External Article
UN soldiers arrested in DR Congo
Six Moroccan soldiers serving as UN peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been arrested over sex abuse claims, Moroccan officials say. By Robert Walker (BBC News, 2/13/2005) Read More...

External Article

External Article
Morocco Today (Morocco)

Contact Us | About Us | Donate | Terms & Conditions Twitter Facebook Get Alerts Get Published

All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2002 - 2024