24 March 2015
The Tunisian government called for “national unity” between workers and bosses after a terror attack killed 23 people and injured tens more on Wednesday of last week.
28 October 2014
The Nidaa Tunis party beat the moderate Islamist Ennahda party, winning more than 80 out of 217 seats in Tunisia’s parliamentary elections last Sunday.
24 June 2014
Only in the most mechanical understanding of history do relations of oppression and exploitation automatically translate into revolution.
27 August 2013
Protests in Tunis confront the government over its inability to challenge neoliberalism, writes Jaouhar Bani
30 July 2013
Jaouhar Bani and Anne Alexander look at what lies behind the new wave of revolt sweeping Tunisia
23 April 2013
Judges in Tunisia struck last week against a threat to the independence of the judiciary. There was a split in their professional association.
05 April 2013
In Tunisia you cannot escape the revolution. On arrival at my hotel in Tunis the bell boy took the opportunity to update me on “el thawra” (the revolution) as we travelled in the lift. “There is progress,” he said “but it is going to take time.”