Foreign relations of Algeria

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Politics and government of
Algeria

Algeria has traditionally practiced an activist foreign policy. In the 1960s and 1970s, Algeria was noted for its support of Third World policies and independence movements. Algerian diplomacy was instrumental in obtaining the release of U.S. hostages from Iran in 1980, and in ending the Iran–Iraq War.[citation needed]

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