Dear friends and supporters,
What happens after a leaderless revolution? That’s the question that four of our policy fellows were asking when they paid a research visit to post-revolutionary Tunisia in the last week. Anthony Dworkin, Nick Witney, Susi Dennison and Nicu Popescu were there to assess the transition and see what role the EU could play in the new Tunisia. The visit also led to a couple of articles and a podcast that have been added to a new section of our website dealing with Europe and the Arab revolutions (the photo that we’ve used was taken by Nicu on the trip).
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