Tunisia had sought to Arabize itself since independence and failed. It's relation to France still very much defines the country's character.
It may seem obvious that a real transition to renewable energies is urgent, but not all transitions are the same or fair.
On this week's episode of AIAC Talk, Will Shoki speaks with Maha Ben Gadha about the changing political landscape in Tunisia.
COVID-19 exposed and exacerbated inequality and insecurity in North Africa's food systems. But the roots of the current crisis can be found in the legacy of colonialism and new forms of imperialism.
En Tunisie, face au déni persistant de l'identité africaine, la communauté noire ne veut plus attendre.
Tunisia’s denial of its African identity persists today. Black Tunisians are fighting to change that.
A new report from the Transnational Institute suggests free trade does nothing but drain Tunisia’s wealth.
Any talk about green transition and sustainability must not become a façade for neocolonial schemes of plunder and domination.
Meryam Joobeur’s film, Brotherhood explores Tunisia's outsized role in the Syrian conflict.
Mass monitoring poses a threat to democratic freedoms as the case of Tunisia shows.
Tunisia played England in France '98. English hooligans attacked Tunisians in the streets of Marseille. Algerians came to Tunisians' rescue.
In post-uprising Tunisia, the western backed military is hampering the country's transition to democracy.
Racism against its black citizens permeates the social, institutional, and political strata of Tunisia.
As with our last movie night post, we need to start with the bad news. 1.
Finding more multilingual literary pathways will benefit all of African—and world—literatures.
It’s quite a weekend for New York’s prodigal child. Hip-Hop, that burst of youthful energy that was
Watching the Africans Cup of Nations at an Ivorian restaurant in Harlem, New York.
Israel's Interior Minister, Eli Yishai basically says Israel was a white country in a debate about African immigrants and refugees.
Artists wanted to comment on the political struggles and religious undercurrents roughing up Tunisian society. Religious zealots, backed by the state, shut them down.
Can North Africans define their own futures, away from the inventions of old white men in think tanks in Washington DC?