Algeria vs. Morocco: And the Tit-for-Tat Goes On
The North Africa Journal | Moroccans and Algerians love to hate each other. I am not talking about the people, who are exactly the same in identity, ethnicity, religion and customs and have only respect for one another, but about their governments and leaders, who continue to feud and refuse to face up to the geo-strategic realities of the region today.
Together, these two nations could perform more good than individually, yet they continue to deny their people the right for common security and shared prosperity. Together, they have the ability to secure the region in more effective ways. And if integrated, their economies could be a real regional powerhouse, serving a population of some 70 million. Instead, they are feuding non-stop over who is the most influential in the region, preventing the rise of a real economic nation. Continue here and share your opinion too.