International Affairs
6 February 2015 , Volume 71, Number 1

The Arab Spring's star pupil needs continued British support. But assistance is increasingly steered by fears of jihadism

Authors

Claire Spencer

Dr Claire Spencer

Senior Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme & Second Century Initiative
Tim Eaton

Tim Eaton

Research Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme

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British Foreign Secretary William Hague gestures as he arrives at Carthage Palace in Tunis in 2011. Image: FETHI BELAID/AFP/Getty Images

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