Tunisia is a sign of hope in a region beset by problems. It has managed to overcome the initial Islamist push democratically and succeeded in a smooth transition to the rule of law. On paper at least, this is a defeat for movements inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood, but it is still too early to say whether the Salafi movement and the Brotherhood have been relegated to the opposition or if they are merely biding their time to return to power.

THE GAME is not yet over in Tunisia, and caution is advised three years after the start of the popular revolt which heralded the 'Arab Spring’. Nevertheless, we can draw some con...

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 Charles Millon
Ennahda has undoubtedly also assumed a strategic position, hoping that the current government of 'technocrats' will delegitimise itself over time in exercising of power
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