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- DocumentInstitute of Development Studies, Sussex [ES], 2017Tunisia has witnessed an increase in conflict activity in recent years, both in the form of violent political protest and acts of violence perpetrated by armed jihadist groups. This report identifies some of the key literature on drivers of conflict in Tunisia, looking at both short-term and structural factors. There is a relatively large body of literature on drivers of conflict in Tunisia.DocumentObserver Research Foundation, New Delhi, 2013Qatar is creating a large footprint for itself in the West Asian political landscape. The Gulf state was previously known primarily for its oil and gas reserves, and compliance with US interests in the region. However, Qatar has in the recent past made significant efforts to assert regional pre-eminence through an aggressive foreign policy.DocumentEconomic Research Forum, Egypt, 2011A society is deemed polarised when, given a relevant characteristics such as religion, income, race or education, its population is clustered around a small number of distant, homogenous and sizable poles. The aim of this paper is to quantify the impact of trade liberalisation on polarisation in Tunisia.DocumentInstitute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India, 2011In the past, governments had succeeded in containing the spontaneous outbursts of crowds by a combination of force and temporary special measures. Nevertheless, the relative material deprivation combined with a perceived sense of injustice of the regime as reflected in the form of high corruption, and the growing Americanisation of Arab has ignited the long wounded Arabs on the street.