About Ezzeddine Abdelmoula

Ezzeddine Abdelmoula is manager of research at Al Jazeera Centre for Studies. He holds a PhD in politics and international relations from Exeter University in the UK, a Masters in international politics from SOAS, and a Masters in political philosophy from La Sorbonne, Paris. He edited and translated books, and contributed research papers and book chapters including “The Role of the Media in the Tunisian Revolution” in Tunisia’s Revolution (Beirut 2012), “Al-Jazeera & Televised Revolution” in Routledge Handbook of the Arab Spring (Routledge 2015). Among his publications: Al Jazeera and Democratization (Routledge 2015), Arabs and Democracy in the Multi-Screens Era (Beirut 2016). His research interest covers theories of international relations, politics of the Middle East and North Africa, democracy and democratization, Islamism, and Arab media.
1 Feb, 2021

A Decade of Tunisia’s Revolution Ongoing challenges and lasting effects

Ezzeddine Abdelmoula | 01 February 2021

Since 2011, every 14 January, Tunisians celebrate the annual anniversary of their revolution. This year, the celebration was different as it marks the passing of a decade after the toppling of former president Zine [...]

A Decade of Tunisia’s Revolution Ongoing challenges and lasting effects2021-02-02T12:41:37+03:00
3 Oct, 2019

Tunisian Presidential Elections: Towards Democratic Consolidation or Political Deadlock?

Ezzeddine Abdelmoula | 03 October 2019 | AR | TR

On September 17th, 2019 the Tunisian Independent Electoral Commission announced the result of the first round of the presidential elections. The result sent shockwaves across the entire political spectrum, particularly surprising the political parties in power.
Tunisian Presidential Elections: Towards Democratic Consolidation or Political Deadlock?2020-08-10T18:39:59+03:00
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