Over the weekend, Tunisia's Islamist governing party, Ennahda, formally agreed to relinquish power in favor of a caretaker government that will supervise new elections.
According to Sherelle Jacobs, Tunisia has managed to avoid the chaos of Egypt's anti-Islamist collapse in large part because Ennahda has been willing to compromise:
Tunisia is hardly trouble-free, but, as Anthony Dworkin writes, its key actors actors have largely refrained from escalating their disputes beyond the boundaries of politics:
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