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From Dictatorship to "Democracy": Neoliberal Continuity and Its Crisis in Tunisia
New Middle Eastern Studies
A decade after Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution in 2011, this article assesses Tunisia's neoliberal political economy from a critical and historical perspective; from Ben Ali to its current political and economic impasse. It argues that despite the country being shown as the only democratic example to have emerged from the "Arab Spring", the continuity of neoliberalism puts significant limits on its democratisation. Domestic and international ruling classes insisted on the implementation of furtherdoi:10.29311/nmes.v10i2.3771 fatcat:x2kwck2xebek7ha27j2kmrfpky