Published in: North Africa, West AsiaThe Tunisian arts of compromise
The biggest risk is that Tunisia’s politicians consider the past constitution-making as a painful, one-off exercise in negotiation and compromise, imposed by voting rule technicalities, rather than taking pride in setting a precedent for the country’s democratic culture and the region.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Preventing more Hungarys – a stronger human rights architecture for the EU
The EU is becoming increasingly involved in policy areas that many consider the holy grail of national sovereignty. How did this come about? The short answer is: Hungary.