Washington DC - While Morocco has made all the right moves to avoid a military clash with the Polisario militia near the Mauritanian borders, it fell short of communicating to the UN the true nature of the conflict and magnitude of the Algerian military’s role in perpetuating the hostilities in the Western Sahara. The fragility of peace in North West Africa is probably the worst it has been since Morocco and Algeria tried to patch-up their differences in 1989.

King Mohammed VI’s Dialogue Offer to Algeria to Fall on Deaf Ears
Hassan Masiky was born in Kenitra, Morocco, and is based in Washington as a blogger and freelance writer.