Weekend Reading: Tunisian Economics, Assad and the Jihadis, and Palestinians in Egypt
Steven A. Cook
December 9, 2016
Tunisian lawyers demonstrate against the government's proposed new taxes, near the courthouse in Tunis, Tunisia (Zoubeir Souissi/Reuters).
Francis Ghiles finds that persistent economic problems threaten the stability and success of Tunisia’s democratic transition.
Elias Muhanna speculates on the relationship between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and jihadi groups.
Heba Afify takes a look at the difficulties and challenges that Egypt’s Palestinians face.
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