Consolidating pluralism under the terrorist threat: the Tunisian case and the Algerian experience

At the end of 2016, I published a research/policy article on European View, analysing the current Tunisian troubled, but still successful, path to consolidate democracy to the Algerian experience of the '80s and '90s. Below you can find the conclusions, but if you want to download the full article in PDF, click here. Ça va … Continue reading Consolidating pluralism under the terrorist threat: the Tunisian case and the Algerian experience

Presidential elections and the risks for the future of Kyrgyzstan

One of the key moments of 2011 Central Asian politics will be Kyrgyzstan presidential elections, on the 30th of October 2011. Current President Roza Otunbaeva announced that she won't run for a new mandate. Otunbaeva became president in April 2010 as she was named to manage the transition following Kurmanbek Bakiev's fall. Until now, five candidates … Continue reading Presidential elections and the risks for the future of Kyrgyzstan