The North Africa Journal is the leading English-language information service exclusively focused on North African affairs. Operating since 1996, the service began as a print publication but quickly migrated to a web-based service in an effort to reach a global audience. The publication operated as a weekly magazine, but in early 2015 it switched to a continuous service.

Servicing over 60,000 readers worldwide as of December 2014, The North Africa Journal focuses essentially on strategic analysis in relations to the region's critical sectors and industries, from politics, governance and diplomacy to oil and gas and the financial and banking sectors.

The North Africa Journal was established by Arezki Daoud, who remains its current Publisher and Editor. The Journal has correspondents in the region and taps into a group of very sharp and insightful analysts to provide unparalleled leadership thought.

The Journal is entirely independent with no affiliation to any political group, nation, or advertiser. The Journal's exclusive source of income is its subscribers. The Journal seeks to remain objective and unbiased, altough it does allow guest columnists to share their personal views on matters related to North Africa's current affairs.

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