Like many Arab and African countries, Tunisia has faced pressures as a consequence of the three-year-long Gulf crisis.
Since 2011, Tunisia has been widely recognized as the Arab Spring’s only success story. But the North African state's political transition faces grave threats.
Tunisia seems to have become fertile ground for jihadist groups. On December 14, 2013, Tunisia’s ruling Islamists reached an agreement with opposition parties choosing Mehdi Jomaa, the current Tunisian industry minister, to serve as interim prime minister until elections in 2014. Jomaa, a...
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