This report provides a short synthesis of some of the most recent, high quality literature on the topic of conflict in Tunisia. It aims to orient policymakers to the key debates and emerging issues. This conflict analysis identifies the dynamics, drivers, and international and local responses to conflict in Tunisia, as well as the key actors involved in current instability. There is a limited but growing body of literature which explores post-2011 conflict in Tunisia. Much of the existing literature draws on qualitative empirical research. To supplement evidence gaps, this report at times draws on media reports.
Hinds, R. Conflict analysis of Tunisia. Governance and Social Development Resource Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK (2014) 24 pp.