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Can Libya Create a Tourism Industry Amid Volatile Government Policies?

Although the oil and gas industry remains Libya’s highest priority, the country is now discovering that it could be a lucrative travel destination.
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Morocco: Substantial Rise in Food Prices in 2008 and Temporary Break in 2009

The year 2008 was particularly difficult for the Moroccans, ending with a substantial erosion of household finances. ...
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Mauritania Fisheries in State of Disarray

Once a major fishing hub, Mauritania is now facing a draconian environment as a result of an overnight and poorly planned political decision....
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Morocco: Substantial Rise in Food Prices in 2008 and Temporary Break in 2009

The year 2008 was particularly difficult for the Moroccans, ending with a substantial erosion of household finances.
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Can Libya Create a Tourism Industry Amid Volatile Government Policies?

Although the oil and gas industry remains Libya’s highest priority, the country is now discovering that it could be a lucrative travel destination.
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Mauritania Fisheries in State of Disarray

Once a major fishing hub, Mauritania is now facing a draconian environment as a result of an overnight and poorly planned political decision.
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Sounia Johnson

Sounia Johnson is a Correspondent for The North Africa Journal, based in Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Johnson is Frenco-Algerian, born in Algeria and grew up in Saint-Denis, a multicultural Pan-African suburb near Paris, France. In addition to her role in The North Africa Journal, Sounia is the coordinator of North African Affairs at the Levantine Cultural Center, a non-profit think-tank organization dedicated to promoting cultures and strengthening Arab-American relations in Los Angeles. Sounia’s bicultural heritage and international experience has equipped her with an unparalleled cross-cultural understanding governing socio-political and racial tensions in France. Her expertise lies in the area of French Algerian relations from an urban perspective, exploring assimilation issues of Northern Africans in France and beyond. Her commitment to dispelling institutionalized beliefs is unwavering. Sounia is fluent in English, French and has a basic command of the German language.
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