for a number of reasons, such as keeping FT Sites reliable and secure,
personalising content and ads, providing social media features and to
analyse how our Sites are used.
A new world is possible.
Let's not go back to what wasn't working anyway.
Add this topic to your myFT Digest for news straight to your inbox
Long-suffering people pin hopes on authoritarian president who has yet to deliver a single economic policy
Once hailed as democratic success story, Kais Saied cracks down as critics warn of return of dictatorship
Critics of Kais Saied become more vocal as concerns over growing autocracy and economic drift intensify
Kais Saied tightens grip a month after seizing sweeping powers and dismissing government
Struggles for political freedom in the Arab world bode ill for the global fight against autocracy
A decade on from a democratic revolution, many see the return of one-man rule as an antidote to corruption
The former professor has sacked the government and seized powers in what he claims is a battle against corruption
Kais Saied says businessmen and officials have stolen $4.8bn through unpaid taxes and fraud
Successive governments failed to tackle economic problems and corruption
The US and EU should deploy their leverage to oppose Kais Saied’s coup
Kais Saied limits public gatherings and lengthens curfew after suspending parliament and sacking prime minister
Kais Saied’s removal of Hichem Mechichi described as coup by opponents
Military takes command of pandemic response as medical chaos adds to country’s political and economic woes
Government seeks to turn corner on economic crisis that has sparked youth protests
Nightly riots underscore frustration with poverty and high unemployment
Second day of clashes take place in several cities a decade on from Arab spring
Activists and revolutionaries reflect on their struggles for reform in the countries they fought to free
The Arab uprising fuelled hopes of sweeping change. Three books explore why that did not happen as expected.
Party leader Abir Moussi taps into frustration with status quo as PM seeks to form new government
Pandemic stopped protests in Iraq, Algeria and Lebanon, but crisis likely to fuel fresh wave of unrest
The ‘Tunisian Girl’ who exposed the secrets of an oppressive regime
Three months after free elections, the Arab state has yet to install a new government
Footage prompts outpouring of #MeToo stories and protests outside parliament
Triumph for retired law professor without a party seen as rebuke to country’s elites
A decade of change has not brought bread to citizens in the deprived interior