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MEI Visiting Research Professor Lilia Labidi, former Minister of Women’s Affairs in the first transitional government of Tunisia, gave an interview to the Singaporean Malay language newspaper Berita Harian on 21 July 2012 about her country’s Jasmine Revolution and its repercussions. MEI Research Assistant Nurhidayahti Mohammad Miharja translated the article from Malay to English.
Next week, MEI will welcome its newest senior researcher, Tunisian scholar Lilia Labidi. A professor of psychology and anthropology at the University of Tunis, Dr. Labidi has also had appointments at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. Most recently, she served as the [...]
Last week, the Middle East Institute held a “breaking news dialogue” on North Africa and the Arab Spring. Called “The Arab Uprisings in North Africa: More Dominoes to Fall?” the event featured Dr. Clement Henry, Chair of the Political Science Department at the American University in Cairo and Dr. Robert Parks, Director of the Centre [...]