In the run-up to Algeria's May 10 parliamentary elections, U.S. officials lauded President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s acceptance of international election observers, as well as recently passed “reforms,” as progress toward democracy. But Algeria’s ability to avoid the upheaval of the Arab Spring has less to do with a proactive leadership and more to do with its wary, apathetic citizenry.
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With Eye on Regional Security, U.S. Looks Past Algeria's Flawed Elections
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