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Title: Tunisia’s democratisation : is Europe rising to the occasion?
Authors: Khakee, Anna
Keywords: Democratization -- Tunisia
Democratization -- International cooperation
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- 21st century
Human rights advocacy -- European Union
European Union -- Tunisia
Issue Date: 2011-06
Publisher: Policy brief
Citation: Khakee, A. (2011). Tunisia’s democratisation : is Europe rising to the occasion? Policy brief, 80, 1-6.
Abstract: Disappointing’ is the word Tunisian actors most frequently use to describe the European response to the Tunisian revolution so far. Drawing from extensive interviews with key Tunisian actors, this brief examines the reasons for this disappointment. Not all is bleak; some aspects of the European response have won appreciation from Tunisians. But criticism exceeds appreciation of what the EU has done so far. Not all Tunisian criticism of the EU may be entirely fair; a large share is directed mainly at individual European states. But this report offers pointers that policy-makers should heed, on where Tunisians would like to see improvement in their relations with the Union.
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