‘Transition’ in Post-revolution Tunisia: Conditions for successful ‘Consolidation’ and Future Prospects

Tunisia is arguably the most successful case of all the Arab uprisings.

How is it possible that Tunisian protests succeeded where all others failed or were dispersed? Professors F. Mansouri and R. Armillei argue that the Islamist Ennahda played a crucial role in finding and maintaining consensus within an authentically original Tunisian setting.

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Fethi Mansouri