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L'économie tunisienne en période de transition
La corruption et le copinage ont participé à l'installation d'un climat délétère, peu propice à l'investissement et donc à la création d'emplois. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1347
La HAICA et la régulation de l’audiovisuel tunisien : La concertation pour sortir de l’impasse
Prise dans les feux croisés des passions politiques, La HAICA a souvent du mal à s’imposer dans un espace audiovisuel où la liberté de s’exprimer et d’entreprendre confine à l’excès quand elle se fait au détriment de la déontologie et de la saine concurrence. parviendra-t-elle à fonctionner d’une manière autonome et efficace ? Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1346
L’UGTT est-elle à la croisée des chemins ?
L’UGTT évolue dans un environnement hostile, puisqu’on lui impute une partie des maux économiques du pays, et doit relever certains défis, y compris la montée de nouvelles organisations syndicales. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1345
Handicap et citoyenneté dans la Tunisie post-révolutionnaire
En Tunisie, le soulèvement populaire a fait naître de très grands espoirs. Les handicapés tunisiens, traités jusqu'alors principalement comme des assistés sociaux, ont eux aussi cherché à faire valoir leur droit à une réelle citoyenneté. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1335
Russian Forces in Syria and the Building of a Sustainable Military Presence - II
Russia has worked to disband and integrate Iran-backed militia groups as a means to consolidate the structure of a centralized Syrian state and counter Iran’s influence and strategy in Syria. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1329
The Lebanese Legislative Elections: Fragmentation and Polarization
Despite a new electoral law and the long wait for new elections to shake Lebanese politics, the May ballot seems something of a damp squib, with continuing divisions plaguing the political landscape and independent candidates facing significant challenges despite increasing civil society mobilization. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1328
Iraq 2018 Elections: Between Sectarianism and the Nation
The paper gives a cautious reading of the emerging departure from sectarian votes and highlights the importance of the number of votes gained by women candidates, warning nonetheless that key traditional coalitions are still active. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1327
Tunisia’s Local Elections: Entrenching Democratic Practices
The paper shows how the low turnout and Tunisians’ growing disenchantment with the political elite preserved the dominance of Ennahdha and Nidaa Tounes, but stresses municipal elections remain a cornerstone in consolidating democracy at the local level. Read More
https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1326
The 2018 Arab Elections: Between Citizens’ Disenchantment and Mobilization

Since the 2011 popular protests, the elections in Tunisia, Iraq and Lebanon can be seen as “freer” elections in the Arab world, not least because they haven’t taken place under an autocratic regime.

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https://archives.arab-reform.net/en/node/1325
Jordan’s Week of Protests Signals Key Change in Power Balance
Protests against the new income tax law have highlighted profound shifts in the Jordanian state's relationship with the business community as a new and influential component of society. Read More

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