(PDF/EBOOK) [The Agony of Algeria] BY Martin Stone
What has happened after. Erested only in personal gain and holding on to power while most Algerians faced intense hardship But the brutality of the Islamists' insurgency including car bombings the murder of 'immodestly' dressed women the
assassination of intellectuals and the wiping out of whole villages has lost of intellectuals and the wiping out of whole villages has lost support Most Algerians no longer want the Islamic republicanism of the FIS or the millenarianism of the GIAMarti. Interesting to write th. Stone provides a brief historical overview of Algeria since 1830 before focusing on three crucial phases of the postcolonial ra that of Ben Bella and Boumedienne; the reform ra of Chadli Benjedid; and
the political and conomic crisis under the Higher States Committee HCE He xamines the dominant state institutions the army and the political and conomic crisis under the Higher States Committee HCE He xamines the dominant state institutions the army and the and outlines the increasingly bitter divisions social and political.
SUMMARY The Agony of AlgeriaIs mid civil war and
See. Which Account ForWhich account for current crisis Since the Algerian military
an lection January 1992 that would have brought to power the world's first democratically lected Islamist government a civil war has raged in which than 100000 Algerians have died The military takeover polarized the country between the political and military lite and the mass of the population The lite were perceived as int. ,annulled an lection