Jerry Sorkin is founder and president of Iconic Journeys Worldwide and of TunisUSA, and is an adjunct professor at Temple University in Philadephia. He is a frequent contributor to The Arab Weekly.
Tunis - During my many years of living and travelling in Tunisia, I was always struck by the grea
Beirut - With many of the MENA countries seeing tourism as an important source of economic revenu
Tunisia’s tourism was dealt a heavy blow a year ago when armed militants attacked the Bardo Natio
Tunis - With the approach of the New Year, wishes of good things ahead are the tradition.
The sad spectacle of Tunisian politicians sniping in parliament or in the ranks of the main rulin
An American friend who recently visited Tunisia asked me what Tunisians think of the recent flare
While Tunisians can feel proud that they have had a rather bloodless uprising in 2010 that has le
La Goulette, Tunisia - While the pope was celebrating interfaith coexistence in the United State
Tunis - A mere 50-minute flight from Tunis, the island of Djerba has been a destination of chart
The posh suburb of La Marsa, 16 kilometres north of Tunis, looked unusually calm the morning of S
The June 26th attack in Sousse, Tunisia, which killed 38 people and wounded dozens more, will sur
Tunis - The attack on Tunisia’s Bardo Museum on March 18th, which left 23 people dead and more t
When Lawrence of Arabia travelled the desert, he left many images behind that conjure up a rather
ALGIERS - The 1990s were terrifying years for most Algerians.
In 1971 I experienced what almost seemed like being an actor in a Fellini film.