Foreign Secretary William Hague speaks about countering terrorism overseas. Originally given at Royal United Services Institute.
On the first trip to Algeria by a British Prime Minister for 50 years, David Cameron pledges closer security co-operation with the country.
The Algerian crisis has turned Mokhtar Belmokhtar from a minor warlord into the West’s number one target, says Richard Spencer in the Telegraph.
Algerian soldiers surrounded a remote natural gas facility run by BP and Statoil on Thursday as efforts continued to secure the release of dozens of foreigners seized by Islamist militants.
On Tuesday 20th November, CMEC were delighted to host a meeting with the Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, HE Mourad Medelci. The meeting was chaired by The Lord Risby, The Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Algeria.
Rachid Tlemçani, Professor of International Relations and Security Studies at the University of Algiers, writes exclusively for CMEC about the recent Algerian legislative elections.
Lord Risby writes for ConservativeHome on his recent visit to Algeria.
Richard Phelps argues that a history of violent civil war has stopped the Arab Spring reaching Algeria from neighbouring Tunisia and Libya.
Conservative Party Co-Chairman meets Algerian, Moroccan, Tunisian and Egyptian Ambassadors to discuss regional events.