Algeria WWN - In Depth


Algeria and its march towards World War Next

Entries below briefly detail the corresponding icons and event titles as shown on the index page. These are used in the overall determination of current geo-political standing as it pertains to the upcoming World War. Notable past conflicts / civil wars /internal divisions are included to showcase a running history and the influence these events have had (or will have) on laying the groundwork of the country in question. This running timeline becomes particularly important when considering a given nation's modern day neighbors, global geo-political standing, and the potential for future skirmishes and / or outright conflict.

Note that the inclusion of wars/conflicts is not intended to be exhaustive but rather an indication of ongoing commitments/troubles and a representation of former/current national relationships with other parties.


Warfooting
Warfooting shows a given country's current position as it relates to World War Next. Levels run the spectrum of peace (green), notice, buildup, deterrence, readiness, and - ultimately - the march to war (red).

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Maghreb Insurgency (2002-Present)
The nation continues to combat Islamic insurgents (mainly Al-Qaeda and Islamic State) in the Maghreb and Saharan regions of the country.
OPEC Member (1969)
The nation has been a member of the consortium of oil-producing countries since 1969 with over 12bil in proven reserves.
China Partnership
The nation maintains a strong relationship with global economic and military powerhouse China.
Border Tensions (TUN)
The nation shares a problematic border with neighboring Tunisia which sees considerable migrant traffic and general security challenges between the two.
US/EU Military Customer
The nation has benefitted from its relationship with the United States and European military material suppliers.
Russia Military Customer
The nation has benefitted from its relationship with Russia for modern military hardware and support.
Gold Repatriation
Citing stability and security of its gold stores in the United States, the nation has moved on repatriating its supplies.
BRICS Application
The nation has formally applied to the BRICS economic partnership headlined by Brazil (B), Russia (R), India (I), China (C), and South Africa (S). The country joins a growing list of fifteen other applied parties as well as twenty-four other potential candidates in the organization.
Naval Power
The nation is recognized as a legitimate naval power along the north African coast, fielding a modest collection of undeas assets as well as modern surface combatants including guided-missile frigates and corvettes. A full complement of support ships and aircraft enhance the reach and capabilities of the service.
Soviet Military Customer (Fmr)
The nation served as a former military customer of the Soviet Union, granting it access to more modern equipment of the Cold War period.
French Colony (Fmr)
The nation was a French colony from 1830 until 1848 after which it was recategorized as a part of France proper in line with the new French Second Republic. This lasted until Algerian Independence was had in July of 1962.
ISIL in Tunisia (2015-22)
The nation supported the government of neighboring Tunisia to victory in its fight to suppress Islamic State actions in North Africa.
Civil War (1992-2002)
The nation was subjected to a decade-long civil war which saw the Algerian government pitted against armed Islamic groups resulting in a government victory. The nation was backed by France, the European Union, Egypt, Tunisia, and South Africa for its part. The war cost upwards of 150,000 lives.
Western Sahara War (1976)
The nation supported the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic in its struggle against Morocco and Mauritania to inconclusive results.
Yom Kippur War (1973)
Under an expeditionary coalition of nations, Algeria supported Egyptian and Syrian actions against Israel in the Yom Kippur War, an Israeli victory.
Independence War (1954-62,FRA)
The nation fought a war of independence against global power France from November 1954 until March 1962. The conflict ended in a military stalemate but an Algerian victory nonetheless. As many as 1.5mil souls were lost in the fighting with a million or more displaced or fleeing the country outright.


The inclusion of wars/conflicts is not intended to be exhaustive but rather an indication of ongoing commitments/troubles and a representation of former/current national relationships with other parties.
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