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Happy Holidays from CSID

Posted on Dec 26, 2016

On behalf of the CSID Board of Directors, Members, Fellows, and Supporters, we wish you all Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, and a Blessed and Happy New Year 2017. May 2017 bring you, your family,...

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Report: Supporting Tunisia: A priority for the Trump Administration?

Posted on Nov 17, 2016

As Tunisia’s transition to democracy continues to move forward, in spite of the challenges it faces particularly with regards to its struggling economy, the country is looking to its friends and allies...

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Clear Set of Standards Needed for Engagement with ‘Political Islamists’

Posted on Nov 11, 2016

In the Foreign Affairs Committee Report, MPs conclude that the phrase ‘political Islam’ is vague; has no universally-accepted meaning, and includes a very wide variety of groups. Read the report...

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Supporting Tunisia: A Priority for the Next Administration?

Posted on Nov 10, 2016

The Center for the Study of Islam & Democracy (CSID) cordially invites you to: A Lunch Panel Discussion: Supporting Tunisia: A Priority for the Next Administration? SPEAKERS: His Excellency Amb. Faycal Gouia...

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Democracy in the Arab World: The Obama Legacy & Beyond

Posted on Oct 8, 2016

The Arab Center Washington DC in partnership with Center for Middle East Studies, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver is pleased to present its First Annual Conference: Democracy in...

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121 U.S. Experts Call on President Obama to Visit Tunisia

Posted on Oct 1, 2016

Dear Mr. President: As you consider the legacy of your presidency, we urge you to make an official visit to Tunisia, to demonstrate concretely the commitment you made during President Essebsi’s visit in May 2015...

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REPORT: Consolidating the First Democracy in the Arab World – Why Tunisia Matters

Posted on Sep 22, 2016

September 22, 2016 With the occasion of the UN General Assembly in New York, Former Prime Minister of Tunisia Ali Larayedh made a visit to Washington D.C. to touch base with key policy makers, journalists and...

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