Abdulaziz Almuslem

Abdulaziz Almuslem is an editor for the online policy magazine InPEC.in and a graduate student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Almuslem's work and studies focus on International Law, International Organizations and International Security. Abdulaziz previously worked as a journalist for Al-Watan Daily, a newspaper in Kuwait.

The Sahrawis: Obstacles to Self-Determination (Part 2/2)

September 05, 2014

To protect the people’s rights, the Sahrawi leadership needs to accept the autonomy plan proposed by Morocco. [Read part one here.] When this author spoke to Ambassador David Welch, who served as the Assistant US Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs from 2005-2008, about the situation between Morocco and...

The Sahrawis: Obstacles to Self-Determination (Part 1/2)

September 03, 2014

To protect the people’s rights, the Sahrawi leadership needs to accept the autonomy plan proposed by Morocco. In 1963, the United Nations General Assembly listed the Western Sahara, at the time a Spanish colony, as a non-self-governing territory. Spain, the administrator of the territory, was supposed to “develop self-government, to...