The Tunisian revolution seven years on
Seven years after the Tunisian revolution one can dissect four main conflict issues in Tunisia today.
The victims of tyranny and the need for transitional justice in Tunisia
It is important that a law be enacted to criminalize the whitening of dictatorships so that those longing for the past stop their hopeless ventures... Read More
Learning the lessons of transitional justice in Tunisia – a paradigm for global conflict resolution?
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has a compelling imperative to establish preemptive measures in Tunisia now, using the funds available to it and... Read More
The Tunisian revolution, five years on
In November 2015 – almost five years after the revolution that set off a chain of events around the region – a quartet of Tunisian... Read More
Time for a national dialogue in Bosnia and Herzegovina
It is time for a national dialogue in Bosnia and Herzegovina; one that follows the pattern pioneered in Tunisia, which brought together civil society, business... Read More
The Omani experiment
The Oman of Sultan Qaboos represents a case study of modernization and political development initiated from the top. But unlike the case of Kemal’s Turkey,... Read More