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Andrew G. Farrand is a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Middle East Programs, focusing on Algeria. In his career, Farrand has worked in economic and political analysis, international development, and the creative arts. He lived in Algeria from 2013 to 2020 managing youth development programs across the country and serving as host of Andi Hulm (“I Have A Dream”), Algeria’s first entrepreneurship reality television program. He is author of The Algerian Dream (2021), a first-person analysis of the origins and implications of Algeria’s 2019 Hirak revolution, and translator of Inside the Battle of Algiers (2017) by Algerian independence heroine Zohra Drif. He holds a BS in Africa & Middle East Regional Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and is completing a Masters at the University of Paris 1 Panthéone-Sorbonne’s School of Management. He speaks proficient French and Maghrebi Arabic and basic German.