Algeria and the dichotomy of gas supplies and food security in light of the repercussion of the Russian-Ukrainian war: A study of the effects and impacts

Authors

  • Mohammed Al Ameen Bn Ouda Department of Political Science / University of Tamangst / Algeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.58298/732023398

Keywords:

the Russia-Ukraine war, gas exports, food security

Abstract

This research attempts to study and analyze the political and economic conditions imposed by the consequences and repercussions of the Russian war on Ukraine, by focusing on the policy adopted by the Algerian government, especially with regard to government orientations and official visions aimed at positioning between the two sides of the conflict in the European continent. This paper highlights   Algeria’s potential role in the market of European gas as the third largest resource for the continent, as well as its constant need for the European countries’ exports of foodstuffs. The research concludes that Algeria, despite the affirmation of its unwavering partnership with the Russian Federation, has kept an equal distance between the sides of the conflict in the continent.

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Published

2023-06-30

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Section

Original research papers

How to Cite

Algeria and the dichotomy of gas supplies and food security in light of the repercussion of the Russian-Ukrainian war: A study of the effects and impacts. (2023). قضايا سياسية, 73, 282-299. https://doi.org/10.58298/732023398

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