Tunisia commemorates its revolution

From mohamed el dahshan. economist, writer, speaker, compulsive traveller. Thu Jan 17 2013, 05:32:49

Back to writing! My latest for Foreign Policy: Transitions. Two years! It's been two years since Ben Ali packed his suitcase along with the passwords to his foreign bank accounts and fled, in extremis, the wrath of the courageous people of Tunisia, leaving behind some incredibly tacky trinkets and a country in need of fundamental rebuilding -- [...]

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