Ahmed Nadhif


A tourist sunbathes on the beach in Sousse, Tunisia, Aug. 2, 2017.  (photo by REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi)

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Two years after Sousse attack, British tourists return to Tunisia

Monday, Aug. 14, 2017 | Ahmed Nadhif, Contributor

Following the Sousse terror attack two years ago, Britain advised its nationals against traveling to Tunisia, but the government has now suspended its warning in a move that Tunisians hope will boost the ailing tourism sector.

Tunisia cracks down on NGOs

Friday, Jun. 23, 2017 | Ahmed Nadhif, Contributor

The Tunisian government has ordered nongovernmental organizations to disclose all of their foreign funding in what some see as an attempt to suppress the civil society sector.

Tunisia’s poor population face death by terrorists

Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017 | Ahmed Nadhif, Contributor

Six years into the war on terrorism in the neglected mountainous region of Tunisia and the government is still unable to do much to improve the economic situation of the poor or protect them from terrorist threats.

What's the real goal of Tunisia’s campaign against corruption?

Tuesday, Jun. 6, 2017 | Ahmed Nadhif, Contributor

In a supposed anti-corruption move, the Tunisian government arrested eight businessmen, including one charged with treason and endangering the country's safety.

New Tunisian electoral law raises issue of military’s role in politics

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 | Ahmed Nadhif, Contributor

The Tunisian parliament approved a new law on municipal elections, which granted military and security members the right to vote and raised concerns that the decision threatens the institutions' neutrality.

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Ahmed Nadhif is an independent writer and journalist. He is the author of “Tourist rifles: Tunisians in world jihadist networks,” published by the Tunisian Institute for International Relations in 2016.

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