Inequality and Political Violence Revisited.
Journal of Modern African Studies 41 4 : — Ultimately, Algeria could undergo a period of significant instability, with wide-ranging implications for regional stability.
Energy price volatility will likely continue, but Algeria will face a higher likelihood of political instability if crude prices remain depressed for more than two years.
Second, the United States could foster Algerian economic development and diversification by encouraging Algeria to fortify its economy through FDI.
In the first type of study, researchers, for instance, seek to establish a link between inequality and political instability. Paris and Rome are concerned that instability could lead to an increase in cross-Mediterranean migration to Europe.
Alesina, Alberto, and Roberto Perotti. Easterly, William, and Ross Levine. The ICRG rating comprises three subcategories of risk: political, financial, and economic. Total U.
American Political Science Review 87 4 : —