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Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

It gave birth to the Arab Spring Movement, but Tunisia's post revolution path has not been a smooth one. The North African nation has spent the last decade weathering a perfect storm of social and political instability, made worse by a lagging economy and the coronavirus pandemic. The country now has a new prime minister: Hichem Mechichi. So, is his appointment the kickstart Tunisia needs to get back on track or just another false start? Guests: Mohamed-Dhia Hammami Tunisian Affairs Analyst Radwan Masmoudi Member of Ennahda Party Ahmed Amouri Independent Political Activist

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

Why is Tunisia struggling to build a sustainable democracy?

Why is Tunisia struggling to build a sustainable democracy?

Arab Spring 10 years on

Arab Spring 10 years on

Tunisia’s new uprising?

Tunisia’s new uprising?

Erdogan: Türkiye will not approve Sweden, Finland NATO bids

Erdogan: Türkiye will not approve Sweden, Finland NATO bids

The Buffalo suspect is a self-confessed white supremacist

The Buffalo suspect is a self-confessed white supremacist

Over 260 evacuated from besieged Azovstal steel plant

Over 260 evacuated from besieged Azovstal steel plant

Somalia elects Hassan Sheikh Mohamud as president

Somalia elects Hassan Sheikh Mohamud as president

Ukraine says its troops in Kharkiv have reached Russian border

Ukraine says its troops in Kharkiv have reached Russian border

International wheat prices increase after India export ban

International wheat prices increase after India export ban

Pro-abortion protesters rally across the US

Pro-abortion protesters rally across the US

Ukraine faces battle to fund its defence

Ukraine faces battle to fund its defence

NATO on course for major transformation

NATO on course for major transformation

Ukraine: Russia 'entering a new, long phase of the war'

Ukraine: Russia 'entering a new, long phase of the war'

Albanian farmers turn to coffee grounds as fertilizer prices rise

Albanian farmers turn to coffee grounds as fertilizer prices rise

Lebanon goes to the polls

Lebanon goes to the polls

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