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The North Africa Journal maintains two categories of content. The first is whatever you see available online. The content that you read online and that is not subject of third-party copyright laws, is yours to use as you wish. Feel free to copy and reuse, as long as you provide the proper credit to The North Africa Journal. A link back to our site would be nice, but it is not required. We do that because we do not pretend to know it all, and we always seek to be part of a greater debate. 

The second category is content that is behind the firewall. This is the info that our supporters want and are willing to pay for. Although we would love to make that content more readily available, we respect the efforts our sponsors make and we will keep the content protected for their use. Paying subsribers who would like to reproduce protect content should contact the Publisher.

Broadly, the entire contents of this site and associated sites are North Africa Journal copyright © 1996 to present.  This is valid for The North Africa Journal and its partners when stated. All rights are reserved. Audio and video files are hosted on YouTube and so we abide by the Terms of Use that YouTube has in place. 

The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable. But The North African Journal disclaims all warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of such information. The North Africa Journal shall have no liability for errors, omissions or inadequacies in the information contained herein or for interpretations thereof. The reader assumes sole responsibility for the selection of these materials to achieve its intended results. The opinions expressed herein are subject to change without notice.

If the above is unclear, and you need more clarifications, please call US+1-508-981-6937.

Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

Arezki Daoud
Direct: 508-981-6937

Featured author

Arezki Daoud

Arezki Daoud is a leading analyst on North African affairs. He has been editor of The North Africa Journal since 1996. The publication reaches over 50,000 decision makers worldwide. Having lived and worked in North Africa, Mr. Daoud's analytical expertise on the region spans from the energy and industrial sectors to security and political affairs. Arezki is familiar with the speech circuit and briefing the business and government communities on the countries of the Maghreb region and is widely quoted in the press.
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