Western Sahara

Africa's last colony

  • juan carlos gimeno martin universidad autónoma de madrid

Resumo

This article aims to reveal the complicity of the international community with Moroccan colonialism in Western Sahara. Since 1987, the Moroccan wall separates the Saharawi people into two groups: one group lives under Moroccan occupation, the other lives in exile camps in Southern Algeria. It is a Bedouin village, nomadic, colonized by Spain, but has maintained a persistent anti-colonial resistance and struggle for self-determination.

Publicado
2018-09-24
Como Citar
MARTIN, JUAN CARLOS. Western Sahara. Tensões Mundiais, v. 13, n. 25, p. 37-52, 24 set. 2018.

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