On Essebsi's New Unity Government
What Lies Behind Tunisian President Essebsi’s Call for a New Unity Government?
Various factors are pushing the new government to apply short-term measures to contain negative repercussions.
Limits to Popular Protests in Tunisia
In the midst of protests and unrest, Tunisia is also witnessing political turmoil.
Limits to the impact of cutting officials’ expenses
Several Arab and Western governments have adopted austerity measures intended to lower their budget deficits...
On “fragile pockets” and “infinite revolutions” that compound instability in the Middle East.
The Oqba bin Nafie Brigade in Tunisia was formed in 2011 after the eruption of the Tunisian revolution...
Several countries in the region have witnessed acts of violence which included the drama displayed on both local and global screens
Wide popular protests demanding better living standards, decent jobs and enhanced infrastructure have hit Tunisian cities.
Current data on the political and military situation in Syria indicate that the military aspect remains the dominant factor.
Implications of Ongoing Security Operations for Oqba Ibn Nafaa Brigade
Tunisian security services recently succeeded in dealing strong blows to Okba Ibn Nafaa Brigade.
Why Witnessing New Uprisings in the Region is less likely
Over the past few weeks, protests have flared up across several countries in the region, reflecting latent potentials for instability.
How do Currencies Reflect the Arab Region’s Dynamics?
Currencies, whether paper or coins, real or virtual, digital or any other form, reflect the ongoing interactions in the Middle East.
Where is Tunisia Heading?
Tunisian authorities managed to deal with the protests, which erupted after the government announced austerity measures.
Repercussions of the EU Blacklisting Tunisia for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Europe's decision to enlist Tunisia as being most at risk of money laundering and terrorist financing has various repercussions.
Why Crises Facing Doctors in the Middle East are Escalating
Crises suffered by medical doctors in several countries such as Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq and Turkey, escalated to varying degrees.