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About Anouar Jamaoui

Anouar Jamaoui is a Tunisian academic and researcher at the Center of Research and Studies on Dialogue of Civilisations and Comparative Religions, in Sousse, Tunisia. He obtained the Arab award for social and human sciences from the Arab Center for Research and Policies Studies in Doha in 2012, for research entitled Arabisation of the technical term: a critical review on the Arabic modern-lexical survey. He has a BA from the University of Letters and Human Sciences of Sousse, an MA in Arabic language and letters, and is preparing a PhD at the Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities of La Manouba, with a speciality in civilisation. He is interested in cultural anthropology, dialogue between civilisations, Islamology, terminology, and translation, and he has published various books and articles.

 

Articles by Anouar Jamaoui

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Manuel Serrano

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Blogging at the time of dictatorship

The Tunisian Internet Agency is responsible for harming national memory. Questions need to be answered and those responsible need to be held accountable.

The victims of tyranny and the need for transitional justice in Tunisia

It is important that a law be enacted to criminalize the whitening of dictatorships so that those longing for the past stop their hopeless ventures of trying to falsify history.

UGTT and the culture of dialogue in Tunisia

On the fifth anniversary of the uprising, national dialogue is what brought Tunisia to where it is today.

The impact of the coalition on Ennahda and Nidaa Tounes

The multi-party government in Tunisia has shown the parties' willingness and ability to compromise, but has also revealed divisions that present both risk and opportunity.

Will Essebsi reconstruct himself?

Essebsi should take this crucial moment in Tunisian history as an opportunity to reinvent himself, to rise to the many challenges he faces—greatest of which is to unite Tunisians and support the democratic transition.

The presidential election and linguistic violence in Tunisia

The leading presidential candidates and some of their supporters are setting a bad example with hostile, exclusionist rhetoric, fuelling a tense political atmosphere.

The decline of political Islam in Tunisia

A host of factors and failures have combined to outweigh Ennahda's successes in the transitional period, seeing its popularity shrink since its electoral victory in 2011

Tunisia takes steps on the road toward democracy

The Arab Spring has regained force in Tunisia as the country takes important steps towards the democratic foundation of the second republic, the most important of which are the peaceful transfer of power, the ratification of the constitution, and the formation of a technocratic government.

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