The Tumultuous Transition

As Tunisia nears the sixth year of its 2011 popular revolution, the most challenging question is whether these massive protests led to a real change in the lives of the people. Although democratization could not come overnight, the unique successful transition in the Arab World, as it is thought of by many leaders in the U.S. and Europe, is undergoing complex challenges within Tunisia’s political, economic, and social system, making instability the main feature of the country’s transition.

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