Anouar Jamaoui

Anouar Jamaoui is a Tunisian academic and researcher at the Center of Research and Studies on Dialogue of Civilizations and Comparative Religions, in Sousse, Tunisia. In 2012, he won the Arab Award for Social and Human Sciences from the Arab Center for Research and Policies Studies in Doha, Qatar. Jamaoui is interested in international relations, civilization dialogue, public policy, democratic transition, human rights, development issues and transitional justice in the Arab world and Africa. His work has been published by International Policy Digest, openDemocracy, Middle East Monitor and Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, among others. He is the author of “Dictionaries Specialized in Quranic Terms: A Reading of Achievements and Potential Developments.”

The Libyan Government Faces Numerous Challenges

July 05, 2021

On February 5, the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), a 75-member body, supervised by the United Nations, approved Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh’s list of officials to temporarily run national affairs. Their mandate will last until presidential and parliamentary elections take place on December 24. The list includes Mohammed al-Manfi as chairman...

Tunisia: The Pending Goals of the Revolution

February 04, 2021

A decade after the Arab Spring, Tunisians have made significant progress in the field of democratization with respect to the constitution and the guarantee of public and private freedoms. However, economic performance remains modest, and many of the demands of the Tunisian Revolution are still pending. Tunisia commemorated the 10th...

The Dangers of Tunisia’s Anti-Terrorism Law

June 06, 2015

Tunisia must tackle terrorism without violating the country’s newly gained civil liberties. The proliferation of terrorist attacks like the Bardo Museum incident in March have put pressure on Tunisian authorities. Terrorism has moved from the mountains and border zones to urban areas. Instead of targeting security forces and the military, these attacks now focus...