The Maghreb and its Painful Headaches

It is illogical that North Africa in which youth is predominant in number is ruled exclusively by a gerontocracy totally disconnected from their needs and aspirations and, worse, governing them in time-old tribal and patriarchal fashion.

The Maghreb and its Painful Headaches
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