1-    Ait-Chaalal, Amine.
“Les Etats-Unis face au “printemps arabe”: mise en perspective à partir des révolutions tunisenne et égyptienne.”,
Alternatives Sud, vol. 2, n°19, (2012) : 189-205.

2-   Allal, Amin.
“”Avant on tenait le mur, mainternant on tient le quartier!” Germes d’un passage au politique de jeunes hommes de quartiers populaires lors du moment révolutionnaire à Tunis.”,
Politique Africaine, vol., n°121 (2011) : 53-68.

3-   Allal, Amin and Bennafla, Karine.
“Les mouvements protestataires de Gafsa (Tunisie) et Sidi Ifni (Maroc) de 2005 à 2009. Des mobilisations en faveur de réengagement de l’Etat ou contre l’ordre politique?”
Revue Tiers Monde, Hors série (2011) : 27-45.

4-   Allal, Amin and El Chazli, Youssef.
“Figures du déclassement et passage au politique dans les situations révolutionnaires égyptienne et tunisienne”
Ivan Sainseaulieu, Muriel Surdez (dirs.), Sens politiques du travail, Paris, Armand colin (2012) : 323-338.

5-   Allal, Amin and Geisser, Vincent.
“La Tunisie de l’après-Ben Ali”, Les partis politiques à la recherche du “peuple introuvable”,
vol. 83, n°3 (2011) : 118-125

6-   Allal, Amin and Geisser, Vincent.
“Tunisie: “Révolution du jasmin” ou intifada?”,
Mouvements, vol. 2, n°66 (2011) : 62-67.

7-   Angrist, Michelle P.
“Understanding the Success of Mass Civic Protest in Tunisia.”
Middle East Journal 67, no.4 (2013): 547-64.

8-   Antonakis-Nashif, Anna.
“Tunisia’s Legitimacy and Constitutional Crisis The Troika Has Failed.”
SWP Research Paper StiftungWissenschaft und PolitikGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (2013):  1-8.

9-   Asseburg, Muriel and Werenfels, Isabelle.
“The Toppling of Ben Ali: Isolated Development or First Domino?  Comparable Challenges – Varying Conditions.”
SWP Research Paper StiftungWissenschaft und PolitikGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (2011): 1-8. http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2011C05_ass_wrf_ks.pdf
http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2013C26_atk.pdf

10- Ayeb, Habib.
“Social and political geography of the Tunisian revolution.”
Review of African Political Economy 38 (2011).

11- Bargueno, David,
“Tunisian revelations.”
The Journal of North African Studies, vol. 14, n°4 (2011): 701-703.

12- Béchir Ayari, Michaël.
”Non, les révolutions tunisienne et égyptienne ne sont pas des ”révolutions 2.0 ”.”
Mouvements 2, no. 66 (2011).

13- Béchir Ayari, Michaël,
“Des maux de la misère aux mots de la “dignité”.
La révolution tunisienne de janvier 2011. Revue Tiers Monde, Hors série (2011) : 209-217.

14- Ben Hammouda, Hakim.
“L’Orientalisme et les révolutions tunisienne et égyptienne: pourquoi ne l’ont-ils pas aimée la révolution.”
Confluences Méditerranée, vol. 2, n°77 (2011) : 63-74.

15- Ben Néfissa Sarah
“Révolution arabes : les angles morts de l’analyse politique des sociétés de la région. ”
Confluences Méditerranée 2, no. 77(2011)

16- Ben Néfissa Sarah.
”Trajectoires transitionnelles et élections en Tunisie et en Égypte . ”
Confluences Méditerranée no.82 (2012).

17- Berry-Chikaoui, Isabelle.
“Les comités de quartier en Tunisie: une illusion démocratique.”
Mouvements, vol. 2, n°66(2011) :30-39.

18- Bishara, Azmi.
“Revolutions, Reforms and Democratic Transition in the Arab Homeland from the Perspective of the Tunisian Revolution.”
Paletsine-Israel Journal, vol. 18, n°1 (2012): 1-4.

19- Bishara, Dina.
“Labor Movements in Tunisia and Egypt Drivers vs. Objects of Change in Transition from Authoritarian Rule”
SWP Research Paper StiftungWissenschaft und PolitikGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs. (2014): 1-8 http://www.swpberlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2014C01_bishara.pdf

20- Bozarslan, Hamit .
” Réflexions sur les configurations révolutionnaires tunisienne et égyptienne. ” 
Mouvements 2, no.66 (2011).

21- Brooks, Risa.
“Abandoned at the Palace: Why the Tunisian Military Defected from the Ben Ali Regime in January 2011.”
Journal of Strategic Studies 36, no.2 (2013), 205-220.

22- Camet, Sylvie.
“Journal de la Tunisie en révolte. Sousse, janvier 2011.”
Les Temps Modernes, n°664 (2011) : 26-40.

23- Caprioli, Nathalie, Hamzaoui, Mejed.
“Tunisie. La révolution des exclus de la mondialisation.”
La revue nouvelle, n°4 (2011).

24- Catusse Myriam.
”Tunisie et Égypte aux urnes ! ” 
Confluences Méditerranée, no.82 (2012).

25- Cavatort, Francesco and Merone, Fabio.
“On Salfism in Middle East Law and Governance”
Working Papers in International Studies Centre for International Studies Dublin City University (2012).
http://doras.dcu.ie/17570/1/1207.pdf

26- Chomiak, Laryssa.
“The Making of a Revolution in Tunisia.”
Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011): 68-83

27- Chomiak, Laryssa and John P. Entelis.
“The Making of North Africa’s Intifadas.”
Middle East Report 259 (2011): 8-15.

28- Chomiak, Laryssa and Robert, Parks.
“Repossessing the Dispossessed.”
Jadaliyya (2012)
http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/9485/repossessing-the-dispossessed

29- Chomiak,, Laryssa and Jillian, Schwedler.
“Le Kef Is Still on Fire.”
Jadaliyya (2012)
http://www.photography.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/4067/le-kef-is-still-on-fire_a-mountaintop-view-of-the-

30- Chomiak, Laryssa
article in Portal 9 ‘Spectacles of Power: Locating Resistance in Ben Ali’s Tunisia”
http://portal9journal.org/articles.aspx?id=102

31- Dakhli, Layla.
”Une révolution trahie ? Sur le soulèvement tunisien et la transition démocratique. ”
IDEE.fr (2013)
http://www.laviedesidees.fr/Une-revolution-trahie.html

32- Dakhli, Leyla.
“Une lecture de la révolution tunisienne.”
Le Mouvement Social, vol. 3, n°236 (2011): 89-103.

33- Dalmasso, Emanuela and Francesco Cavatorta.
“Democracy, Civil Liberties and the Role of Religion after the Arab Awakening: Constitutional Reforms in Tunisia and Morocco.” Mediterranean Politics 18, no.2 (2013).

34- Fadel, Mohammed.
“Modernist Political Thought and the Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions of 2011.”
Middle East Law and Governance 3 (2011), 94-104.

35- Ferjani, Mohamed Chérif.
“Inspirations et perspectives de la révolution tunisienne.”
Confluences Méditerranée, vol. 2, n°77 (2011) : 13-28.

36- Feuer, Sarah J.
“Islam and Democracy in Practice:Tunisia’sEnnahdha Nine Months In.”
Crown Center for Middle East Studies, Brandeis University (2012).
http://www.brandeis.edu/crown/publi cations/meb/MEB66.pdf.

37- Geisser, Vincent et Krefa, Abir.
”L’uniforme ne fait plus le régime, les militaires arabes face aux ”révolutions ”. ” 
Revue internationale et stratégique 3, no.83 (2011).

38- Ghassan, Salamé.
“A propos de la Tunisie.”
Revue de l’avenir arabe, vol., n°384 (2011).

39- GönülŞahin, Pelin.
“Women’s Liberties and Gender Equality in Tunisia: The Asthma of the Arab Spring?”
Turkish Policy Quarterly (2013): 161-168
http://www.turkishpolicy.com/dosyalar/files/vol_11-no_4%20sahin.pdf.

40- Hababou, Moez and NawelAmrouche.
“Misconceptions and Realities in the 2011 Tunisian Election.”
PS 46 (Oct. 2013): 741-8.

41- Hachemaoui, Mohammed.
”Tunisia at a Crossroads Which Rules for Which Transition?”
SWP Research Paper StiftungWissenschaft und PolitikGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (2013): 1-29.
http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/research_papers/2013_RP06_hmu.pdf

42- Hached, Farah.
“La laïcité: un principe à l’ordre du jour de IIe République Tunisienne?”
Confluences Méditerranée, vol. 2, n°77 (2011) 29-36.

43- Halverson, Jeffry, Scott Ruston and Angela Trethewy.
“Mediated Martyrs of the Arab Spring: New Media, Civil Religion, and Narrative in Tunisia and Egypt.”
Journal of Communication 63 (2013).

44- Haugbølle, Rikke Hostrup and Francesco Cavatorta.
“Beyond Ghannouchi: Islamism and Social Change in Tunisia.”
Middle East Report 262 (2012): 20-25.

45- Haugbolle, Rikke Hostrup and Cavatorta, Francesco.
“Will the Real Tunisian Opposition Please Stand Up? Opposition Coordination Failures under Authoritarian Constraints.”
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, vol. 38, n°3 (2011) 323-341.

46- Haugbolle, Rikke Hostrup and Cavatorta, Francesco.
“‘Vive la grande famille des médias tunisiens’ Media reform, authoritarian resilience and societal responses in Tunisia.”
The Journal of North African Studies, vol. 17, n°1 (2012): 97-112.

47- Hess, Steve.
“From the Arab spring to the Chinese winter:  The institutional sources of authoritarian vulnerability and resilience in Egypt, Tunisia and China.”
International Political Science Review (2013).

48-  Hibou, Béatrice.
“Le moment révolutionnaire tunisien en question: vers l’oubli du mouvement social?”
Focus du CERI (2011).

49- Hibou, Béatrice.
“Tunisie. Economie politique et morale d’un mouvement social.”
Politique africaine, vol., n°121 (2011) :5-22.

50- Hmed, Choukri.
“”Si le peuple un jour aspire à vivre libre, le destin se doit de répondre”. Apprendre à devenir révolutionnaire en Tunisie.”
Les Temps Modernes, n°664 (2011): 4-20.

51- Khader, Bichara.
“Tunisie: le paradigme d’une révolution heureuse.”
Alternatives Sud, vol. 2, n°19 (2012) :43-60.

52- Khosrokhavar, Farha.
”Les révolutions arabes: révolutions de justice sociale et de liberté. ”
Cultures & Conflits 3, no.83 (2011).

53- Kienle, Eberhard.
“Egypt without Mubarak, Tunisia after Bin Ali: Theory, History and the Arab Spring.”
Economy and Society 41, no.4 (2012), 532-557.

54- Kuebler, Johanne.
“Les révolutions arabes et le web 2.0: Tunisie et Egypte. “
Revue Averroès (2011).

55- Lotan, G., Graeff, E., Ananny, M., Gaffney, D., Pearce, I., & boyd, d.
“The Arab Spring The Revolutions Were Tweeted: Information Flows during the 2011 Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions.”
International Journal of Communication 5 (2011).
http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1246/643

56-  Lotan, Gilad, et al.
“The revolutions Where Tweeted: Information Flows During the 2011 Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions.”
International Journal of communication, n°5 (2011): 1375-1405.

57- Mabrouk, Mehdi.
“A revolution for dignity and freedom: preliminary observations on the social and cultural background to the Tunisian revolution.”
The Journal of North African Studies, vol. 16, n°4 (2011) 625-635.

58- Maddy-Weitzman, Bruce.
“Tunisia’s Mornig After. Middle Easter Upheavals.”
Middle East Quarterly, vol. 18, n°1 (2011):11-17.

59- Marks, Monica.
Tunisia in Turmoil
The Middle East Channel (2013)
http://mideastafrica.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/07/26/tunisia_in_turmoil

60- Marks, Monica.
“Youth Politics and Tunisian Salafism.”
Mediterranean Politics 13 (2013).

61-Marks, Monica.
Who are Tunisia’s Salafis?”.
The Middle East Channel (2012)
http://mideastafrica.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/09/28/who_are_tunisia_s_salafis

62- Marzouki, Nadia.
“From People to Citizens in Tunisia.” 
Middle East Report 259 (2011): 16-19.

63- Marzouki, Nadia.
“From People to Citizens in Tunisia”.
Middle East Report, 259 (2011).
http://merip.org/mer/mer259/people-citizens-tunisia

64- Mihoub, Samia.
“Le cyberactivisme à l’heure de la révolution tunisienne.”
Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo, vol. 13, n°2 (2011) : 17-31.

65- Mneimneh, Hassan.
Tunisia’s National Dialogue Is a Post-Arab Spring Success Story.”
The German Marshall Fund of the United States. (2013)
http://blog.gmfus.org/2013/10/22/tunisias-national-dialogue-is-a-post-arab-spring-success-story/

66- Morin, Olivier.
“Tunisie : le vertige démocratique.”
Etudes, vol. 416, n°4 (2012) : 449-459.

67- Overhaus, Marco.
” Gaps in the Toolbox: The Political Upheavals in North Africa Reveal Deficits in EU Crisis Management”
SWP Research Paper Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik German Institute for International and Security Affairs (2011): 1-4.
http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2011C10_ovs_ks.pdf

68- Pickard, Duncan.
“Challenges to legitimate governance in post-revolution Tunisia.”
The Journal of North African Studies, vol. 16, n°4 (2011): 637-652.

69- Shahshahani, Azdeh and Mullin, Corinna.
“The legacy of US intervention and the Tunisian revolution: promises and challenges one year on.”
Interface, vol. 4, n°1 (2012): 67-101

70- Shilton, Shiohan.
“Art and the Arab Spring: Aesthetics of Revolution in Contemporary Tunisia.”
French Cultural Studies 24 (2013).

71- Stepan, Alfred.
“Tunisia’s Transition and the Twin Tolerations.”
Journal of Democracy 23, no. 2 (2012): 89-103.

72- Soussi, Seim.
“Comment faire la révolution à l’heure d’internet? Regard sur le rôle des médias sociaux dans la révolution tunisienne.”
Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo, vol. 13, n°2 (2011) : 33-40.

73- Toensing, Chris et al.
“Tunisian Labor Leaders Reflect Upon Revolt.” Middle East Re Torelli, Stefano, Fabio Merone and Francesco Cavatorta. “
Salafism in Tunisia: Challenges and Opportunities for Democratization.”
Middle East Policy (2012).port 258 (2011): 30-32.

74- Touzeil-Divina,Mathieu.
” Printemps & révolutions arabes : un renouveau pour la séparation des pouvoirs ? ”
Pouvoirs no.143 (2012).

75- Willis, Michael.
“Politics and Power in the Maghreb Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco from Independence to the Arab Spring.”
Oxford University Press (2011).

76- Wolf, Anne, Lefèvre, Raphaël,
“Revolution under threat: the challenges of the “Tunisian Model”.”
The Journal of North African Studies, vol. 17, n°3 (2012): 559-563.

77-  Werenfels, Isabelle.
”Tunisia Leads the Way AgainPostelection Power Constellation Promising for Democratisation”
SWP Research Paper StiftungWissenschaft und PolitikGerman Institute for International and Security Affairs (2011): 1-4

1- Ajmi, Sana.
“What’s next for Tunisia? Can democracy be saved?”
opendemocracy.net (2013)
http://www.opendemocracy.net/sana-ajmi/what%E2%80%99s-next-for-tunisia-can-democracy-be-saved

2- Al-Hilali, Amal.
“Ennahda Members Make Conflicting Statements about Women’s Rights in Tunisia.”
Al Arabiya News (2011).
http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2011/11/13/176916.html.

3- Al Suwisy, Muneir.
“The Veil is Coming Back to Tunisia despite the Prohibition Imposed by Bu Reqeba.”
Alhiwar.net (2010).
http://www.alhiwar.net/ShowNews.php?Tnd=5030 (in Arabic)

4- Anderson, Lisa.
“Demystifying the Arab Spring: Parsing the Differences Between Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya.”
Foreign Affairs 90, no. 3 (2011): 2-7.
http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/67693/lisa-anderson/demystifying-the-arab-spring

5- Bartolucci, Valentina.
“Tunisia: a country in flux.”
Opendemocracy.net (2013)
http://www.opendemocracy.net/valentina-bartolucci/tunisia-country-in-flux

6- Belhaj Salah, Omar. 
“Tunisia’s political impasse.”
Opendemocracy.net (2013).
http://www.opendemocracy.net/arab-awakening/omar-belhaj-salah/tunisia%E2%80%99s-political-impasse

7- Ben Ahmed, Lasaad.
”Women Power in Tunisia?”
Al-Ahram Weekly On-Line (2012).
http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2012/1111/re6.htm

8- Chayes, Sarah.
” Why Tunisia’s Leaders Must Resist Urge for Power Grab”
OP-ED CNN (2013).
http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/02/13/why-tunisia-s-leaders-must-resist-urge-for-power-grab/fg6k

9- Chayes, Sarah.
“Corruption is Still Tunisia’s Challenge.”
OP-ED LOS ANGELES TIMES (2012).

10- Chayes, Sarah.
” Flirting with Extremism in Tunisia.”
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (2012).
http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/10/08/flirting-with-extremism-in-tunisia/dzpm

11- Crapez,Marc.
”La démocratie dans l’aire arabo-musulmane. ”
Politique étrangère 3(2011) Automne.

12- Dhaouadi, Meriem.
“Tunisia: the backlash in women‘s rights amid the rocky political transition.”
Opendemocracy.net (2013)
http://www.opendemocracy.net/meriem-dhaouadi/tunisia-backlash-in-women%E2%80%98s-rights-amid-rocky-political-transition

13- Dot-Pouillard, Nicolas.
”Les révolutions arabes entre césures et remembrances : tiers-mondisme, question palestinienne et utopies chiliastiques. ” 
L’Année du Maghreb VIII, (2012).

14- Faris, David M.
”La révolte en réseau : ” le printemps arabe » et les médias sociaux. ”
Politique étrangère (2012). Printemps

15- Fisher, Marc.
”In Tunisia after Arab Spring, Islamists’ new freedoms create new Muslim divide.”
washingtonpost.com (2012)
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/in-tunisia-after-arab-spring-islamists-new-freedoms-create-new-muslim-divide/2012/04/28/gIQAN9yJoT_story.html

16- Gall, Carlotta.
“A Political Deal in a Deeply Divided Tunisia as Islamists Agree to Yield Power.”
The New York Times (2013)
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/17/world/africa/a-political-deal-in-a-deeply-divided-tunisia-as-islamists-agree-to-yield-power.html?_r=2&

17- Ghannouchi, Rached.
“We are building a Tunisia for all.”
The Guardian (2013).
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jan/13/tunisia-pursuit-democracy-arab-model

18-Gawthorpe, Andrew.
“Arab public opinion now matters.”
The Guardian (2012).
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/sep/18/arab-public-opinion-now-matters

19- Ghribi, Asma.
“Role of Islamic Law in Tunisian Constitution Provokes Debate.”
Tunisialive (2012)
http://www.tunisia-live.net/2012/03/22/role-of-islamic-law-in-tunisian-constitution-provokes-debate/.

20- Ghribi, Asma.
“Efforts to Abolish Death Penalty in Tunisia Impeded by Islamic Law.”
Tunisialive (2012).
http://www.tunisia-live.net/2012/03/28/efforts-to-abolish-death-penalty-in-tunisia-impeded-by-islamic-law/.

21-Goldstein, Eric.
Tunisia: The Ripple Effect Ben Ali Is Gone — But Economic Hardships Remain.”
Foreign Policy (2011).

22- Goodenough, Patrick.
“Sharia Rises in Tunisia’s Constitution-Drafting Process.”
cnsnews.com (2012).
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/shari-rises-tunisia-s-constitution-drafting-process.

23- Haoues, Seniguer.
”Les islamistes à l’épreuve du printemps arabe et des urnes : une perspective critique”,
L’Année du Maghreb. (2012).

24- Kerrou, Mohamed.
“The Challenges of Tunisia Political Transition.” Carnegie Endowment (2013).
http://carnegieendowment.org/2013/04/24/challenges-of-tunisia-s-political-transition/g077?reloadFlag=1

25- Lamboley, Carolyn.
“Tunisia’s Leading Party Reaffirms Commitment to Arab-Muslim Identity.”
Tunisialive (2012).
http://www.tunisia-live.net/2012/03/26/tunisias-leading-party-reaffirms-commitment-to-arab-muslim-identity/.

26- Lamont Christopher K.
“Tunisia: in search of a political exit from political violence”.
Opendemocracy.net (2013)
http://www.opendemocracy.net/christopher-k-lamont/tunisia-in-search-of-political-exit-from-political-violence

27- Lindsay BensteadEllen M. LustDhafer MaloucheGamal Soltan, and Jakob Wichmann
“Islamists Aren’t the Obstacle How to Build Democracy in Egypt and Tunisia.” 
Foreign Affairs (2013)
http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/138940/lindsay-benstead-ellen-m-lust-dhafer-malouche-gamal-soltan-and-j/islamists-arent-the-obstacle

28- Lorraine Roach, Morgan.
“Tunisia’s Hizb Al-Nahda: A Nightmare for Some and a Blessing for Others.”
The Foundry, the Heritage Foundation (2011).
http://blog.heritage.org/2011/09/16/tunisias-hizb-al-nahda-a-nightmare-for-some-and-a-blessing-for-others/.

29- Manaa, Maya.
“Tunisia’s Constitution: The Battle for Islam and Democracy.”
Fair Observer (2012).
http://www.fairobserver.com/article/tunisias-constitution-battle-islam-democracy

30- Marcusa, Michael.
“My Two Weeks with the Jihadists. Understanding the path to Islamist militancy.”
The Atlantic (2013)
http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/08/my-two-weeks-with-the-jihadists/278708/

31- Marks, Monica.
“Speaking on the Unspeakable: Blasphemy and the Tunisian Constitution.”
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (2012).
http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/09/04/speaking-on-unspeakable-blasphemy-tunisian-constitution/drca.

32- Marks, Monica.
“Can Islamism and Feminism Mix?”
New York Times OP-ED (2011).
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/27/opinion/can-islamism-and-feminism-mix.html?_r=0

33- Marzouki, Nadia.
Nahda’s Return to History.”
The Immanent Frame (2012)
http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2012/04/30/nahdas-return-to-history/

34- Marzouki, Nadia.
Les Ambiguïtés De La Liberté Religieuse Américaine.”
Le Monde.fr (2012)
http://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2012/11/01/les-ambiguites-de-la-liberte-religieuse-americaine_1784567_3232.html

35- Marzouki, Nadia.
“Les Deux Amériques face à l’islam.”
Le Monde (2011).

36- Marzouki, Nadia.
l’Islam-Une-Religion-Americaine?”
France Culture
http://www.franceculture.fr/oeuvre-l-islam-une-religion-americaine-de-nadia-marzouki

37- Marzouki, Nadia.
McCarthy, Rory. “Who is threatening free speech in post-revolutionary Tunisia?”
Free Speech Debate (2014).
http://freespeechdebate.com/en/discuss/who-is-threatening-free-speech-in-post-revolutionarytunisia/?utm_source=hootsuite&utm_campaign=hootsuite

38- McCarthy, Rory.
“On Tunisia’s road to democracy, hope springs eternal.”
Free Speech Debate (2012)
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/dec/17/tunisia-democracy-hope-springs-eternal

39- McCullough, Colleen.
“Tunisia: Islamists and the Upcoming Election.”
The Magrab Center Student Blog (2011).
http://themaghrebcenter.wordpress.com/2011/06/24/tunisia-islamists-and-the-upcoming-election/.

40- Merone Fabio.
”Tunisia and the divided Arab Spring “.
Opendemocracy.net (2013).
http://www.opendemocracy.net/fabio-merone/tunisia-and-divided-arab-spring

41- Merone Fabio.
“Tunisia: the Islamic associative system as a social counter-power.”
Opendemocracy.net (2013).
http://www.opendemocracy.net/arab-awakening/fabio-merone-evie-soli/tunisia-islamic-associative-system-as-social-counter-power

42- Mirow, Thomas.
“On How the EBRD Will Help to Foster Democracy in the Arab Spring Countries.”
Europeanideas.eu. (2012).
http://www.europeanideas.eu/pages/economics/economic-and-social-affairs/how-the-ebrd-will-help-to-foster-democracy-in-the-arab-spring-countries.php

43- Omri Mohamed-Salah.
“Trade unions and the construction of a specifically Tunisian protest configuration.”
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