Posts Tagged “Tunis”

Six years on from a revolution, the startup scene in Tunisia thrives

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Six years on from a revolution, the startup scene in Tunisia thrives

Six years on from their revolution, what is it like starting a business in the new Tunisia? Today, the startup scene in Tunisia.  By: Kerning Cultures In 2011, against all odds, Tunisia’s revolution successfully overthrew the dictatorial regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and sparked the beginning of the historic Arab Spring. Now, in 2017,…

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Tunisia: From Arab Spring to ISO String

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Tunisia: From Arab Spring to ISO String

By Abdennour Toumi Ankara, Turkey — The Bardo Museum massacre shocked Tunisians who thought they were safe from ISO dystopia. Years ago a dynamic change took place in the streets of Tunisia that launched a concerted struggle that is still taking place, whether in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt or Yemen.  But this change is obstructed by solid…

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Ray of Hope from Tunis, despite criticism

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Ray of Hope from Tunis, despite criticism

Ray of Hope from Tunis, despite criticism By Abdennour Toumi Tunisian parliamentary election put an end to the Islamists rhetorical course and reset the secularists theoretical discourse. There is worthy of comment due to the repeated and disappointing coverage by Western and Arab media alike. Such “twisting” of the news continues as Western media persists…

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