Tunisia's new law protecting minorities could be a model for the region.
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Saudi Court Intrigue amid Khashoggi Investigation, a Front Heats Up in Yemen, a Terrorist Attack in Tunisia Roils Political Divisions
The United States takes limited punitive action in response to Khashoggi’s murder, fighting escalates near Hodeidah, and Tunisia’s political crisis is rocked by a suicide bomber.
Tunisian politicians are trying to reform the country's antiquated inheritance laws, but doing so will require working with the political Islamist opposition.
Tunisia's new corruption-amnesty law will undermine the country's progress toward democratic governance.
Middle East Ticker: Assad Regime Destroys Last Hospitals in Aleppo, Tunisia Confronts Its Past, and Another Truce in Yemen Fails
The Assad regime’s latest offensive is pushing deeper into Aleppo, Tunisia’s Truth and Dignity Commission helps the country comes to terms with its past, and Saudi Arabia can’t convince its partners in Yemen to restart the peace process.
Tunisia's new prime minister, Youssef Chahed, faces a long list of challenges - the most of daunting of which may be earning the trust of the Tunisian people.
On the anniversary of the terror attack on the beach resort of Sousse, Brookings' Sarah Yerkes assess the ways in which Tunisia's continuining economic challenges have only aided the terrorists' cause.
Because Tunisia’s terrorist problem is largely homegrown, the Tunisian government, with support from international donors, needs to address the root causes of Tunisia’s outsized foreign fighter problem.