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Politics Contemporary politics, world finance, business and global commentaries appear in the main Ovi section.

 
 Algeria: The Long GoodbyeAlgeria: The Long Goodbye by Rene Wadlow
Street demonstrations began in Algers on 22 February 2019 and quickly spread to other cities in Algeria. The demonstrations, often led by young people, are massive on Fridays, the chief day of rest.
 
 Where Algeria's future liesWhere Algeria's future lies by Jay Gutman
Algeria's main challenge is satisfying a young population with high unemployment rates. The other, more minor challenge is the high trade deficit. I'll discuss both problems briefly.
 
 The Sino-US Trade War - Why China can't win itThe Sino-US Trade War - Why China can't win it by Dr. Anis H. Bajrektarevic
Does our history only appear overheated, but is essentially calmly predetermined? Is it directional or conceivable, dialectic and eclectic or cyclical, and therefore cynical?
 
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 Dogon-Peul Conflict in Mali Draws U.N. Attention to Broader Settled Agriculturalist-Pastoralists Tensions in AfricaDogon-Peul Conflict in Mali Draws U.N. Attention to Broader Settled Agriculturalist-Pastoralists Tensions in Africa by Rene Wadlow
On 29 March 2019, the United Nations Security Council will hold a discussion largely devoted to the disintegration of the State of Mali, brought into sharp focus by the brutal killing on 23 March of some 135 persons...
 
 Trump's Real Obstructions of Justice Not Found in Mueller's ReportTrump's Real Obstructions of Justice Not Found in Mueller's Report by George Cassidy Payne
As soon as the president stepped off Air Force One to bask in the afterglow of being vindicated by Robert Mueller's report, he exclaimed, "after a long investigation, after so many people have been so badly hurt...
 
 Why a National conference wouldn't work in AlgeriaWhy a National conference wouldn't work in Algeria by Jay Gutman
You basically have four political schools of thought in Algeria. You have the Nationalists, who tend to be anti-Western and for a conservative form of Islam.
 
 Speaking Truth to PowerSpeaking Truth to Power by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
The people who are either in power or with wealth and influence like to be followed or obeyed and usually don't like detractors challenging their wrong views or opinions.
 
 Reining in the Yemen Conflict: The US Congress and War Making PowersReining in the Yemen Conflict: The US Congress and War Making Powers by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
We keep hearing it. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is firm on the view that the Yemen conflict should conclude.
 
 Scenarios that could play out in AlgeriaScenarios that could play out in Algeria by Jay Gutman
Algerians have been demonstrating since February 22. What initially happened was elections were planned on April 18, and incumbent president Bouteflika announced that he would run for the elections.
 
 Huawei case: The HiFi Geostrategic GambitHuawei case: The HiFi Geostrategic Gambit by Ovi Magazine Guest
In a general, comprehensive, strategic outline of the global scenario we can see that China is being harassed on several fronts by the US: commercial pressures, diplomatic maneuvers to block...
 
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