Katie Bentivoglio

Junior Fellow
Middle East Program

  • Egypt’s Economy: A Mixed Picture, at Best
    • March 11, 2015

    Egypt’s Economy: A Mixed Picture, at Best

    On the eve of Egypt’s much-hyped economic conference, the status of the Egyptian economy remains mixed in the context of deteriorating security conditions and a repressive political climate.

  • After Tunisia’s Elections, It’s Time for Realism and Reconciliation
    • January 09, 2015

    After Tunisia’s Elections, It’s Time for Realism and Reconciliation

    After successful elections, Tunisia forges ahead with its political transition, with speculations that the country’s two main political parties—the staunchly secular Nidaa Tounes and the Islamist Ennahda—are moving towards reconciliation.

  • Harsh Campaign Rhetoric Deepens Tunisia’s Divides
    • December 05, 2014

    Harsh Campaign Rhetoric Deepens Tunisia’s Divides

    By inserting divisive rhetoric into the political debate and exploiting an increasingly polarized populace, Tunisian presidential candidates Beji Caid Essebsi and Moncef Marzouki are both helping to undermine the democratic institutions and culture they so vehemently claim to support.

  • Tunisian Parliamentary Elections: Lessons for the Arab World
    • October 28, 2014

    Tunisian Parliamentary Elections: Lessons for the Arab World

    Nearly four years into its transition, Tunisia has successfully navigated multiple political crises, produced a constitution, and staged successful parliamentary elections. The country exemplifies that democracy can be successful in the Arab world.

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