Tag Archives: African Union

Polisario admits its failure in Sahara issue management

The Polisario leadership admitted, for the first time, their failure in the management of the Sahara issue, acknowledging that they had committed “fatal errors” since the signing of the ceasefire…

Algeria, the Polisario lost footing in the Sahara quagmire

Algerian and Polisario leaders can no longer hide they are losing ground in the diplomatic battle they have been waging against Morocco for four decades. The Algerian regime, which has…

The Polisario is plunging further in the quicksands of the Algerian desert

The Polisario Front is plunging further and further into the quicksands of the Algerian desert. A new complaint has just been filed against the separatist front with the European Parliament…

Mohammed VI’s Campaign Crowned with Morocco’s Readmission within AU  

Morocco is officially member of the African Union (AU) as of this Monday January 30, 2017, following the broad support extended to the Kingdom’s application. Thirty-nine countries out of the…

Expulsion of “SADR” Would Be Beneficial to AU, South African Institute

The expulsion of the pseudo-Sahrawi Republic “SADR” from the African Union (AU) will allow this organization to play a “constructive role” in the framework of the United Nations efforts to…