France and the Algerian Conflict: Issues in Democracy and Political Stability, 1988-1995

1st Edition

Camille Bonora-Waisman

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Published November 1, 2017
Reference - 146 Pages
ISBN 9781315194165 - CAT# YE96707
Series: Routledge Revivals

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Summary

This title was first published in 2003.France and the Algerian Conflict is a study of the French response to political upheavals in Algeria since 1988. In a very short period of time, Algeria has lived through a fast track democratization process, a coup d’état and an upsurge of violence bringing the country to the brink of civil war. France’s policy towards its ex-colony during this period of political and social hardship has been very tortuous. French leaders, from the Left or the Right, have shifted back and forth from supporting 'conciliation' in Algeria to backing 'eradication'. This book retraces the main events that occurred in Algeria from 1988 to 1995 and analyses the successive policy shifts of the French government both in terms of political discourse and policy means. In particular, it seeks answers to the issue of the French opposition to the Algerian militant Islamic Salvation Front (FIS).

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