With Constitution, Tunisia Chooses Compromise Over Confrontation

Dworkin, Anthony
January 2014
World Politics Review (19446284);1/30/2014, p1
The article focuses on how Tunisia became the first post-revolutionary country among the Arab nations to forge a political settlement accepted by the larger part of its citizens, following the adoption of the new constitution in January 2014. Topics include Tunisia's path to overcoming broad national differences through a political compromise, the country's political dynamics, and the problems of unemployment and economic inequalities which have yet to be resolved.


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