Moroccan American Center for Policy (Washington, DC)
Western Sahara:Who Should Be Watching? Why Not Us?
Where tensions are running high and opposing armed forces are facing off with one another, separated by only a couple of hundred meters, the risk of an accident with unpredictable… Read more »
May 19, 2016
Western Sahara:What Referendum?
Since Ban Ki-moon uttered the word "referendum" during his March visit to Algeria and the Polisario, a number of seemingly agenda-driven "journalists," and others with a taste for… Read more »
March 10, 2016
Morocco:Ban Ki Moon On Western Sahara - Epic Fail - Robert M. Holley
A few days ago, I wrote in this space about my hopes and aspirations for Ban Ki Moon's visit to Algiers and the Polisario gulags around Tindouf . I counseled straight talk with the… Read more »
March 03, 2016
Algeria:Here's What Ban Ki-Moon Should Talk to the Polisario About - Robert M. Holley
Next week, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon will visit Algeria and the Polisario-run refugee gulags around Tindouf in the vast, vacant and often scorching southern Algerian desert.… Read more »
December 08, 2015
Morocco:What's All the Fuss About in the Sahara?
King's Green March Speech Changes Tempo and Terms of Development Read more »
November 13, 2015
Morocco:Knock, Knock... Who's There?
Somewhere in the vicinity of twenty thousand or so legitimately denominated Sahrawi refugees and probably a roughly equal number of lost and neglected (mostly) Sahrawi souls who… Read more »
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