Asma Ghribi

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Tunisia’s War on Islam

Is overzealous prosecution of the war on terror contributing to radicalization?

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The Storyteller

Shukrii Mabkhout is not just a novelist — he's the biographer of modern Tunisia.

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Missing the Old Days

Tunisia is a democracy. Here’s a man who still mourns for the old regime.

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Not Arab, and Proud of It

Tunisia’s long-suppressed Amazigh minority is finding its voice for the first time in years.

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El Khadra Still Can’t Breathe

This devastated community has been calling for help for years. Even in the new Tunisia, no one’s listening.

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Trouble in the Wild East

The border town of Ben Guerdane is a haven for smugglers. Locals would like to keep it that way.

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Terms of Abuse

On paper, Tunisia’s revolution has boosted legal protections for women. The reality is starkly different.

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A New Law Sends an Ominous Signal in Tunisia

Lawmakers in Tunis want to ban criticism of the armed forces, muzzle journalists, and impose draconian punishments. Is the revolution still alive?

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About Asma Ghribi

Asma Ghribi is a journalist and researcher focusing on Tunisia. Follow her on twitter at @AsmaGhribi.

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