Tag Archives: Western Sahara

Polisario Leader in the depths of depression

The latest developments in the Western Sahara issue plunged the Polisario leader Mohamed Abdelaziz in a deep depression. After he lost one of his last trumps, that of expanding the…

Western Sahara: European Parliament Exacts Census of Tindouf Camps Populations

The European Parliament adopted on Wednesday a new resolution exacting the registration of the populations living in the Tindouf camps in Algeria. The initiative was prompted by the recent disclosure…

Western Sahara: UN Representatives’ Visit Unfolds Calmly

UN representatives have had earlier this week the opportunity to realize firsthand that calm was prevailing in Western Sahara and that the claims put forward by the Polisario and its…

Algeria-WSF 2015: When the rule of diplomacy gives way to the rule of vandalism

The Algerian regime, which has exhausted all its diplomatic means in the territorial dispute opposing it to its Moroccan neighbor over Western Sahara, seems to have opted for the rule…

Western Sahara: Christopher Ross follows the path of his predecessor Walsum

The UN Secretary General’s personal envoy for Western Sahara, Christopher Ross, who has tried hard, since his appointment to the position, to find a magic solution to the Western Sahara…