Political Islam in Tunisia

Interesting insight into the political strategies of one of Tunisia’s leading parties, Ennahda, explaining how the party is balancing Tunisia’s secular past and adherents and others in the population who are more conservative and religious. The article is part of a new series from Foreign Policy on Tunisia’s post-Arab Spring transitions, for more on Tunisia.

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