Dario Cristiani

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Dario Cristiani

Dario Cristiani is Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at Vesalius College, and Senior Analyst at the Global Governance Institute in Brussels.

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Tunisia’s vote: economic woes and security concerns

After the fall of Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali and his regime, which ruled the country for the previous 23 years, a Constituent Assembly election was held in Tunisia in October 2011. The uncontested winner of the election was Ennahda, a moderate Islamist party, which managed to obtain about 37% of the votes...