Al Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center, Tunis
Senior Fellow, International Security Program
Tunisia’s National Authority for the Fight Against Corruption
Fellow, Middle East Program,
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Tunisa, the birthplace of the “Arab Spring” uprisings of 2011, stands today as the only country undertaking a democratic transition. But despite the historic progress, daunting challenges remain, including confronting corruption, bolstering the economy, and reforming the justice sector.
What are the most important steps in confronting these challenges? And what role can international actors, including the United States, play in supporting Tunisia’s fragile democracy?