Attitudes towards Israel in Tunisian political debate: from Bourguiba to the new constitution

@article{Petrucci2016AttitudesTI,
  title={Attitudes towards Israel in Tunisian political debate: from Bourguiba to the new constitution},
  author={Filippo Petrucci and Marisa Fois},
  journal={The Journal of North African Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={392 - 410}
}
ABSTRACT Tunisia has developed an original diplomatic approach to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Relations between Tunisia and Israel (and more generally between Israel and the Arab world) have also influenced internal relations within Tunisia and the reactions and decisions of its Jewish community. This paper describes the evolution of the Tunisian government's attitudes towards Israel and the Palestinian issue in the post-independence era until the approval of the new Tunisian Constitution… Expand
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