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Sofian Philip Naceur


last contributed to D+C/E+Z in spring of 202 as a freelance journalist who lives in Tunis. He specialises in developments in Algeria, Egypt and Tunisia.

All articles of Sofian Philip Naceur

Al-Sisi regime

How Cairo spies on regime critics online

Egyptian regime uses spyware against critics – some of it bought from European companies.


How Egyptian media workers are intimidated systematically

Egypt’s regime severely restricts freedom of expression, forcing media to toe its line

Political transition

Is Tunisia’s democracy at risk?

In its relations with Tunisia, the EU should focus on the needs of this young democracy rather than its own interests


Protestors still call for genuine democracy in Algeria

Why the constitutional referendum did not end Algeria’s political crisis

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