In December of 2020, Tunisia will celebrate the first decade of the Jasmine Revolution, which was sparked on December 17, 2010, and ended on January 14, 2011 with the fall of the Ben Ali regime.

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Since 2011,Tunisia has been living under the pressure of an economic crisis, deepened by the repercussions of the health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the inconsistency between authorities.

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On October 23rd, 2019, Kais Saied was sworn in as the second directly elected Tunisian president after the revolution. During his first period in office, he gained a great consensus from a number of political parties and maintained high popularity.

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In December of 2020, Tunisia will celebrate the first decade of the Jasmine Revolution, which was sparked on December 17, 2010, and ended on January 14, 2011 with the fall of the Ben Ali regime.

#Zaama

Since 2011,Tunisia has been living under the pressure of an economic crisis, deepened by the repercussions of the health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the inconsistency between authorities.

#Zaama

On October 23rd, 2019, Kais Saied was sworn in as the second directly elected Tunisian president after the revolution. During his first period in office, he gained a great consensus from a number of political parties and maintained high popularity.

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On the 10th year of the revolution, some believe the current political system has succeeded in preserving political balances; It stood impregnable and immuned the country from the return of a dictatorship.

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The Middle East has been rocked by a series of violent conflicts over the past several years involving thousands of foreign fighters traveling to support different extremist groups.

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Religion plays a large role in current public school curricula in Arab countries throughout their different stages.

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The Syrian crisis enters its seventh year with Russia in control; shown in its military intervention, as well as sponsoring negotiations between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime and representatives of the opposition.

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The Arab world is going through a crucial phase, where regimes change, public opinion shifts and societies see taboos break. To ensure a healthy and democratic transition, societies have to engage in extensive dialogue and agree on founding ideals.

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For decades, the Arab World has felt the profound effects of US foreign policy. This November, the American people will select a new president who will steer that policy during a time in which Americans and Arabs alike question the US’s role in the Middle East.
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