Political Pluralism in Tunisia: Reconciling Deep Reforms with Stability

Categories: Collective & Human Security Video,Regional Policy Video

On October 9, 2018, the Hollings Center for International Dialogue, in cooperation with partners Solidar Tunisia and the Jasmine Foundation, hosted a regional report launch for its Political Pluralism in the Middle East and North Africa initiative. The following video features the keynote address and highlights of the first panel that morning. Participants include:


  • Lobna Jeribi, Solidar Tunisie


  • Hamza Meddeb, Chatham House
  • Hatem Mrad, Professor of Political Science, University of Carthage
  • Mahmoud Ben Romdhane, “Reconciling political pluralism with socioeconomic reform: To what extent the dialogue between different political actors can define socioeconomic policy?”

This project is supported by a generous contribution from the Henry Luce Foundation.

Author: Michael Carroll