Articles on Tunisia

Tunisia revolts again (Commentary)

Stefano M. Torelli - 16 January 2018

Today's riots are more dangerous than those of 2011.

Escaping from Tunisia (Commentary)

Stefano M. Torelli - 10 November 2017

Explaining the recent spike in migration from Tunisia to Europe

Maximising the impact of Tunisia’s Nobel Peace Prize (Commentary)

Monica Marks - 14 October 2015

How Tunisia's civil society can build on its Nobel Peace Prize win

A close result in Tunisia (Commentary)

Anthony Dworkin - 25 November 2014

The second round of Tunisia’s presidential election is likely to be a close fight after the results of the first round, announced today, showed a tighter-than-expected finish between Beji Caid Essebsi and Moncef Marzouki.

Ten trends for 2013 (Commentary)

ECFR & Nicholas Walton - 31 December 2012

2012 saw continuing crisis in the eurozone, growing Euroscepticism and populism in some corners of Europe, faltering transitions in Egypt and elsewhere, more violence in Syria, a new leadership in China, and both Putin II and Obama II. So what will 2013 hold?

 

Democracy and Political Islam after the Arab revolutions (Commentary)

Olivier Roy - 14 December 2012

Islamists are in charge in Egypt and Tunisia because they were chosen by the voters in free elections; not because they won the battle for the streets. What is happening in the Arab countries is not an ideological revolution - it is a fight over the distribution of political power.

 

Europe's role in the Arab Spring (Commentary)

Nick Witney - 26 September 2012

The outcome of the uprisings in North Africa is still in the balance and although it will be mainly up to the North Africans themselves to decide their future, Europe has a key role to play on the side of reform - especially Paris, Rome and Madrid.