Italy's recent elections have left the country in political turmoil, with effects on the nation's economy and eurozone relations as well.
A supporter of Beji Caid Essebsi, leader of Tunisia?s secular Nidaa Tounes party, and presidential candidate, smiles during a campaign event in the capital Tunis (REUTERS/Anis Mili).
A Historic Compromise in Tunisia? What Rome Can Teach Carthage
November 19, 2014, Jonathan Laurence
Next Sunday’s first round of the Tunisian presidential election is unlikely to produce an outright winner but the country can already lay claim to the most democratic success story in the uncertain post-Arab Spring period.
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November 4, 2014, Constanze Stelzenmüller
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August 28, 2014, Thomas Wright
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July 11, 2014, Jonathan Laurence and Rosalba Castelletti
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