Afriche e Orienti XXIII/1 2021 – Ten Years after the uprising in North Africa and the Middle East

Antonio M. Morone, Introduction. (p. 6)

Mouldi Lahmar, Revolution in Sidi Bouzid and Kasserine: The Deterioration of the Terms of Exchange in a Skewed Political Market. (p. 9)

Josep Lluís Mateo Dieste, “Rifolution”. Songs of the Hirak of the Rif Against the Repression of the Makhzen (2017-2021). (p. 39)

Federica Ferrero,  “We Don’t Want Another Polisario”: Tetouan and the Northern Question beyond the Rif. (p. 63)

Marta Tawil, Foreign Policy in Times of War: The Case of Syria (2011-2021). (p. 86)

Carlotta Marchi, The Sanussi’s Legacy: An Analysis of the Political Reconstitution of King Idris’s Memory in Post-Qadhāfi Libya. (p. 105)

Antonio M. Morone, Ten Years after the Libyan Uprising: The Journey of the State and its Political Losers. (p. 123)

Marco Di Donato, Analysing Revolution-like Processes in North Africa: A Historical Perspective of the 1940s, 1950s, and early 1960s. (p. 139)


Rosario Giordano, Zone grigie e percorsi innovativi. Memoria-storia-storiografia sul passato coloniale belga-congolese. (p. 158)

Francesco Saverio Leopardi, The Chinese Alternative: Beijing’s Evolving Role as Economic Partner and Model for Algeria. (p. 182)

Gabriele Montalbano, Italian Abolitionism in Late and Post-Ottoman Libya (1890-1928). (p. 204)


Rossana Tufaro, Asef Bayat, Revolutionary Life: The Everyday Life of the Arab Spring. (p. 222)

Livia Apa, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, De langue à langue. (p. 226)

Marco Di Donato, Mohamed Eid and Dalia Fahmy (edited by), Arab Spring: Modernity, Identity and Change. (p. 230)

Maria Cristina Ercolessi, Leila El Houssi, L’Africa ci sta di fronte. Una storia italiana: dal colonialismo al terzomondismo. (p. 234)