Nabila Ramdani is a Paris-born freelance journalist of Algerian descent who specialises in Anglo-French issues, Islamic affairs, and the Arab world.
A technologically savvy population is hard for dictators to dominate
Social networks and satellite were essential components of the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia (from the speech...
Did the Internet matter in Tunisia and Egypt?
An audio interview in which Nabila Ramdani describes the role of the social networks in the Tunisian and Egyptian...
Algeria's youth have been so badly let down it's no surprise those remaining in the country are rioting
Violence and a culture of reactionary anti-Westernism has left young Algerians poorly equipped for today's world....