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Walid al-Talili


Analysis: The strengthening of US-Tunisian ties could mean a shift in Washington's influence in North Africa.

19 November, 2015

Analysis: Tunisia's ruling Nidaa Tounes is facing a split due to a long-running internal power struggle, but analysts say it is unlikely to shift the balance of power.

06 November, 2015

The beaches may not be empty, but the Tunisian government is stepping up its fight against militants who have wreaked havoc on the country.

05 August, 2015

Tunisia has denied it has upgraded diplomatic relations with Syria, despite having appointed a consul to Syria that will assume his position once security improves.

27 July, 2015

Tunisia says it has disrupted a spy network of Russian diplomats and Tunisian civil servants that had been gathering information on behalf of Moscow.

08 July, 2015

Analysis: A senior figure in the Tobruk parliament threatens the Tunisian president after he reportedly meets representatives of the rival Tripoli government.

19 May, 2015

Analysis: Ennahdha and Nidaa Tounes parties are reassessing their goals and structures, as opposition parties jockey to position themselves as alternatives.

20 April, 2015

Analysis: The late Tunisian president Habib Bourguiba is enjoying something of a popular resurgence, 18 years after he was deposed, not least among political parties, says Walid al-Talili.

16 April, 2015

Comment: Tunisia has accused France of providing little support to their country as it manages its delicate democratic transition. A recent meeting between Essebsi and Hollande might change this.

08 April, 2015

Analysis: As tourism season begins in Tunisia, the government is trying to minimise the damage of Wednesday's terror attack with a tightening of security inside and around the capital.

21 March, 2015