مجلة الدراسات الإفريقية
Volume 3, Numéro 6, Pages 263-287
Authors : Moncef Bakail .
Algeria’s African policy has been the subject of several writings, publications and even reports in the media. But little has been said about what has conditioned Algerian diplomacy, and in particular the link between its experience, the principles that guided it and the action on the ground. Algeria’s diplomatic approach cannot be fully apprehended without a return to its past, and particularly the events that have made Algerian nationalism a struggle that has its deep roots in Africa and gives it a universalist spirit.
Algeria’s African ; The role of Algeria and its diplomacy in the liberation of Africa ; Algerian diplomacy ; The foundations and principles of the Algeria’s African policy ; President Houari Boumedienne's ; Amilcar Cabral ; ZAPU ; Joshua Nkomo, ; SWAPO ; ZANU ; Sam Nujoma ; The role of Algeria in supporting African liberation movements ; Djeloul Malaika ; Villa Boumaaraf ; Algeria as “Mecca of revolutionaries ; Agostinho Neto ; Noureddine Djoudi ; President Mbeki stated ; represented by its Foreign Minister Bouteflika
Said Houari Amel