Regions / Tunisia
The disillusionment which fueled the 1990s civil war in Algeria simmers beneath the surface because little has changed.
A literary novel from 1990 becomes a historical reality on the streets of Tunisia in 2011.
It is not only Mubarak's regime which has been discredited, but 32 years of U.S. support.
Tunisian women were at the forefront of their revolution, and they are trying to make their voices heard in the transition as well.
The "Tunisian Miracle" of dictator Ben Ali offered economic progress in exchange for civil liberties and thus sowed the seeds of discord.
If Baby Doc returned to Haiti, why not Ben Ali to Tunisia?
Tunisia is not the only democracy movement in the Muslim world, but will the United States provide consistent support to them all?
Will Tunisia be the beginning of the Arab world's 1989?
Why has the mainstream media taken a pass on covering the Tunisian crisis?
In recent decades, largely nonviolent insurrections such as Tunisia's have toppled corrupt authoritarian rulers from the Philippines to Serbia to the Ukraine.