Tuesday, 22 January 2013

NEXT: Tunisia's reaction to the Intervention: Foreign Policy test?

The Tunisian government has expressed unequivocal opposition to the French intervention in Mali. The Foreign Minister Rafik Abdessalem reiterated his country's opposition to 'foreign intervention of any kind'. It would be interesting to compare Tunisia's reaction to the intervention in Mali to the NATO intervention in Libya and gauge the current regime's foreign policy. Furthermore, domestic problems including the threat of local Jihadists should also taken into account to help explain the Tunisian policy.

At this point this only a scribble of ideas. A full piece will be published after a decent research to keep things factually grounded and balanced.

Thoughts and comments are always welcome, a Tunisian perspective is always welcome.

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