A Pyrrhic Victory? Addressing Expectations and Reality in the Wake of Tunisia’s Elections

Drew Holland Kinney   Tunisia’s anti-establishment president Kais Saied’s victory was a major signal that democracy is alive and well in the small North African country. Shocking the establishment, however, was not the only aspiration of the youth who catapulted the constitutional scholar into office. The populist outsider, who was sworn in on October 23, […]