Agriculture and Tourism
Although the oil and gas industry remains Libya’s highest priority, the country is now discovering that it could be a lucrative travel destination.
The year 2008 was particularly difficult for the Moroccans, ending with a substantial erosion of household finances. ...
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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Deputy Editor of The North Africa Journal Alessandro Bruno is a leading analyst of North African, Arab and international affairs. He specializes in strategic political and economic developments relating to the North African oil industry and Middle East politics. Mr. Bruno is also an analyst in the global investment banking sector for a leading international advisory group. Quoted in the press such as The Financial Times, Mr. Bruno holds a Master of Arts in Middle East Studies and Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern Studies. He has completed course work for a PhD in Middle East Politics at the University of Toronto. Mr. Bruno brings a wealth of international experience, having lived and worked abroad in a variety of different countries. Most recently, he lived in Libya working as a Program Officer (JPO) with the United Nations Development Program. Mr. Bruno is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish and French and has a working knowledge of Portuguese, Arabic and German.