L’Institut américain, AEI, augure un avenir proche instable en Algérie

La succession d'Abdelaziz Bouteflika pourrait être source de tensions.
La succession d'Abdelaziz Bouteflika pourrait être source de tensions.

L’American Entreprise Institute, classe l’Algérie comme le troisième pays le plus à risque d’instabilité dans le futur proche.

Dans une étude signée Michael Rubin, un ancien formateur militaire au Pentagone, dix pays dont l’Algérie "seront les nouveaux foyers de conflits dans le monde".

L’étude précise que plusieurs indicateurs sont annonciateurs de périodes troubles, parmi lesquels "le sud algérien qui représente un refuge pour le groupe terroriste armé AQMI". Il serait également une zone dans laquelle circule une quantité inquiétante d’armes et de drogue en provenance du Sahel et de la Libye voisine.

L’autre point alarmant serait l’instabilité politique du pays et les problèmes de "succession non réglés à la tête de l’Etat". Selon cet intitut américain "Abdelaziz Bouteflika ne sera plus président pour les quatre prochaines années". Une situation qui devrait conduire les islamistes à s’insurger afin de reprendre la main sur un pouvoir dont ils réclament la légitimité, estime-t-il.

Aussi pour parer à toute éventualité, le rapport conseille à la future administration américaine de prendre ses dispositions afin de gérer à son avantage la situation géopolitique que créera ces zones de conflits.

Nous vous livrons la liste des pays considérés comme potentiellement foyers d'instabilité polique et sécuritaitre : l'Algérie, les Maldives, la Mauritanie, l'Éthiopie, le Nigeria, la Turquie, la Russie, l'Arabie-Saoudite, la Jordanie et la Chine.

Qu’est-ce que l’AEI ?

L’AEI,"Institut de l'entreprise américaine pour la recherche sur les politiques publiques, est un think tank fondé en 1943 avec la mission déclarée de soutenir les "fondements de la liberté — un gouvernement limité, l'entreprise privée, des institutions politiques et culturelles vitales, et une forte politique étrangère et de défense nationale". Financé par des multinationales, il est interventionniste militairement et est réputé proche du patronat américain et du mouvement néoconservateur.(*)

Lien vers l’étude : https://www.aei.org/publication/ten-countries-whose-stability-cant-be-taken-for-granted/

Hebib Khalil

(*) https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Enterprise_Institute

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Caton L'ancien

"... liste des pays considérés comme potentiellement foyers d'instabilité polique et sécuritaitre : l'Algérie, les Maldives, la Mauritanie, l'Éthiopie, le Nigeria, la Turquie, la Russie, l'Arabie-Saoudite, la Jordanie et la Chine... "

Ces pays sont plutôt les pays dans lesquels l'impérialo-sionisme, représenté mondialement par l'empire du chaos ou du diable que sont les USA, désire créer du désordre si ce n'est les détruire pour maintenir sa suprématie dans le monde et continuer d'exploiter les peuples laborieux de la Terre.

Il peut peut-être faire cela avec les pays africains et les pays qui lui sont supplétifs, mais certainement pas les deux grands pays que sont la Russie et la Chine.

La Russie est déjà entrain de lui baisser la culotte en Syrie et va lui faire mordre la poussière d'ici fin 2017, quant à la Chine c'est l'asphyxie économique qu'elle est entrain de mettre en application. Faire la guerre aux deux puissants revient très cher, l'empire du diable va se ruiner et va se retrouver sur la paille avant sa disparition pure et simple lui et son excroissance Israël !

À cet empire du diable moi je souhaite une belle météore comme celle qui a fait disparaître les dinosaures mais pas aussi grosse, ainsi les peuples pacifiques pourront continuer à faire l'histoire de l'Humanité.

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klouzazna klouzazna

Il lamentable qu'un individu éclairé puisse prendre au sérieux les délires d'un espion pro-sioniste et membre de l'agence d'espionage AIPAC, comme le montre sa biographie....

https://wikispooks. com/wiki/Michael_Rubin#AIPAC_Spying_Case

Michael Rubin is a neocon activist who works as a specialist on Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan, has served as editor of the hardline-Zionist Middle East Quarterly since 2004. Rubin was political adviser for the Coalition Provisional Authority (Baghdad), 2003-2004, following two years (2002-2004) as staff assistant on Iran and Iraq in Douglas Feith's discredited Office of Special Plans. [1]

After leaving the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Rubin was a visiting and, later, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) (July through September 2002). Following his return from Iraq in 2004, Rubin returned to AEI as a resident scholar. Rubin is a member of the Middle East Forum. [2]

Contents [hide]

1 Profiles

2 Rubin and the Lincoln Group's Iraq Propaganda campaign

3 Israel Connection

3. 1 Silencing Critics

3. 2 AIPAC Spying Case

4 Publications

5 Affiliations

6 External Links

6. 1 Profiles

6. 2 Articles & Commentary

6. 2. 1 2001

6. 2. 2 2002

6. 2. 3 2003

6. 2. 4 2004

6. 2. 5 2005

6. 2. 6 2006

7 References

Profiles

A native of Philadelphia, Rubin attended Quaker school for 14 years[3]. Rubin earned a Ph. D. in history from Yale University in 1999. He has lectured in history at Yale University, Hebrew University (in Jerusalem), and at universities in Sulaymani, Salahuddin, and Dahuk in the Kurdish part of Iraq[4].

Rubin and the Lincoln Group's Iraq Propaganda campaign

On January 1, 2006, in an article about the Lincoln Group's Pentagon-sponsored propaganda work inside Iraq, the New York Times reported that "Michael Rubin, a Middle East scholar at the American Enterprise Institute... said he had reviewed materials produced by the company during two trips to Iraq within the past two years. 'I visited Camp Victory and looked over some of their proposals or products and commented on their ideas, ' Mr. Rubin said in an e-mailed response to questions about his links to Lincoln. 'I am not nor have I been an employee of the Lincoln Group. I do not receive a salary from them. ' He added: 'Normally, when I travel, I receive reimbursement of expenses including a per diem and/or honorarium. ' But Mr. Rubin would not comment further on how much in such payments he may have received from Lincoln. Mr. Rubin was quoted last month in The New York Times about Lincoln Group's work for the Pentagon placing articles in Iraqi publications: 'I'm not surprised this goes on, ' he said, without disclosing his work for Lincoln. 'Especially in an atmosphere where terrorists and insurgents - replete with oil boom cash - do the same. We need an even playing field, but cannot fight with both hands tied behind our backs. [5]Rubin, however, claims he is innocent[6]

Israel Connection

Rubin is a hardline-Zionist and has worked for Israel lobby's inhouse think-tank, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute. Besides playing a key role in producing intelligence that sold the Iraq war at the Office of Special Plans, [7]. Rubin was the lead author of what Jim Lobe described as a "roadmap to war with Iran"[8].

Silencing Critics

Rubin and his colleagues at Middle East Forum (which also runs the McCarthyite Campus Watch) have long run a campaign to discredit critics of Israel through their publication the Middle East Quarterly. In 2006, Rubin was part of a smear campaign waged against Prof. Juan Cole, Middle-East expert and an occasional critic of Israeli policy. Justin Raimondo wrote:

In the Lobby's arsenal, character assassination is a major weapon of choice, and this was wielded against Cole time and again. Michael Rubin, a former employee of the Coalition Provisional Authority whose views are so extreme that he now accuses the Bush administration of selling out its original program of "regime change, "... Tellingly, Rubin doesn't reveal his own involvement in the Franklin affair, but one of the charges against the former Pentagon analyst is that Franklin reiterated the contents of a classified draft national-security presidential directive (NSPD), co-authored by Rubin, in which it was proposed that the U. S. should undertake a policy of "regime change" in Iran, just as it did in Iraq[9].

AIPAC Spying Case

Rubin also was embroiled in the AIPAC spying case when a classified document he authored recommending regime change in Iran was passed by a fellow OSP neocon to members of the pro-Israel lobby group. Given his subsequent reaction, Laura Rozen and Jason Vest speculated in The American Prospect whether the document was being passed with Rubin's consent in order to enlist the support of the Israel Lobby to push an anti-Iran policy on a hesitant administration:

Was it to this end that Franklin was allegedly observed by the FBI passing the draft NSPD on Iran to AIPAC? Was he trying to inform AIPAC, or Israel, about the contents of the draft NSPD? Or rather, and perhaps more plausibly, was he trying to enlist the powerful Washington lobbying organization in advocating for a Iran-destabilization policy? In other words, is the Franklin case really about espionage, or is it a glimpse into the ugly sausage-making process by which Middle East policy gets decided in Washington and, in particular, in the Bush administration[10]?

Publications

Dr. Rubin is author with Patrick Clawson of "Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos" (Palgrave, 2005) and of the "Washington Institute Policy Paper Into the Shadows: Radical Vigilantes in Khatami's Iran" (2001), in addition to numerous scholarly and policy articles. He has published his opinion articles and analyses widely in such forums as the Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New Republic, National Review, and Commentary. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, BBC, MSNBC, C-Span's Washington Journal, and ABC's Nightline. He serves on the editorial board of the Middle East Intelligence Bulletin and has lectured in the United States, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East to both military and civilian audiences[11].

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