Oussama Romdhani is the chief editor of the Arab Weekly.
Although Tunisia is still seen favourably in Washington, the United States is unlikely to be its
The Washington I found this month is a changed city and I am not referring to the incredible num
Tunis - The economic costs borne by the Middle East and North Africa countries because of wars an
A few moments before the victorious Emmanuel Macron went on stage in front of the Pyramid near th
A nasty ankle fracture put me in a wheelchair for more than five weeks, turning the shortest tri
March 7th marked an anniversary that went largely unnoticed in much of the Arab region and the re
By 2011, Leviathan governments in the Middle East and North Africa were being outgrown by their
Gary Johnson, the US Libertarian Party candidate for president, keeps drawing blanks.
The results of a recent survey about French Muslims published by France’s liberal think-tank Inst
Thirteen years after his death, Habib Bourguiba has returned to the avenue that bears the late pr
Tunis - Tunisian Minister of Tourism Salma Elloumi Rekik is confident the country “remains an ide
TUNIS - “Fighting terrorism is the task of Libyans before being that of the international commun
TUNIS - Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui does not miss the irony of Tunisia’s newly b
In this issue, we look back at 2015 and ahead to 2016.
TUNIS - Abdessattar Ben Moussa has always had reason to be busy as head of the Tunisian Human Rig
TUNIS - A crowd waited outside his modest office in the Tunis Palais de Justice.
TUNIS - For many Tunisians, the first reaction after learning, on October 9th, that four of thei
TUNIS - Friday, June 26th, at noon marked one of the saddest moments in the history of Tunisia.