Director of the Columbia Global Centers in Tunis (Columbia University) and doctoral student in international relations at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, specializing in the international relations of the Maghreb.
- Tunisia in the mirror of the democratic transition in Latin America Youssef Cherif, Richard Feinberg · 16 January A decade after the Arab Uprisings of 2010-11, these popular aspirations have largely faded. In Tunisia, the nation’s deepening economic crisis has disappointed citizens hoping that democracy would usher in a new prosperity. But both Tunisia and other nations undergoing transitions from (...)
- Tunisia, Battlefield of The Gulf Countries Youssef Cherif · April 2018 The crisis in the Arab world is partly caused by the policies of certain Persian Gulf principalities, among them the United Arab Emirates (UAE) whose central role is little known. And among the regions in which these countries maintain a proactive foreign policy, the least well-known would (...)