24 Oct, 2019

After A Long Election Season, is Tunisia Back on the Revolutionary Path or is it Entering a Period of Uncertainty?

Lyse Doucet | 24 October 2019 | AR | TR

Tunisia experienced a long electoral season that began in late August and ended in mid-October 2019. The elections not only resulted in the revamp of state institutions, but also shook the country and sent it into a completely different stage.
After A Long Election Season, is Tunisia Back on the Revolutionary Path or is it Entering a Period of Uncertainty?2020-08-10T19:18:33+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
11 Sep, 2019

High and Low Politics in Sudan: What Are the Challenges Ahead?

Jihad Mashamoun | 11 September 2019 | TR | AR

There can be no doubt that the signing of Sudan’s constitutional declaration played a key role in catalysing a transitional process that may yet lay the groundwork for Sudan’s democracy. The brokered agreement came [...]

High and Low Politics in Sudan: What Are the Challenges Ahead?2020-08-09T14:29:24+03:00
20 Feb, 2019

Why did el-Sissi need to commemorate January 25 Revolution and why not anymore?

Rawan Hamoud | 20 February 2019

For those following the media of the Egyptian regime and the speeches of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the discourse around the revolution of January 25, 2011[1] seems perplexing. Not only does the discourse oscillate [...]

Why did el-Sissi need to commemorate January 25 Revolution and why not anymore?2020-08-09T14:44:28+03:00
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