Algerian-French relations 1962-1978 AD A study of bilateral situations and relations
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 2, Pages 768-804
The foreign policy of France witnessed a new era when the Fifth Republic was established under the leadership of Charles de Gaulle, which wanted to eliminate colonialism, so the Evian Accords were signed to achieve political independence and restore national sovereignty to Algeria, so that Algerian-French cooperation witnessed sharp turns that recorded the cancellation of important articles of the agreement. The mystical and superficial, which led to a collision of French interests and privileges in Algeria, which caused a deterioration in relations in addition to the attacks that targeted Algerian immigrants and their property and did not stop at this point, if a bomb exploded in front of the entrance to the Consulate General of Algeria in Paris, which led to material damage to the building, which The issue of Western Sahara in which France sided with Morocco and smashed all attempts by Algeria to build the unity of the Maghreb, and France’s attempt since 1975 CE to revive relations with Algeria, as French President D'Estaing visited Algeria, but it remained governed by tension relations. And Algerian fear of French interference in internal affairs.
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