Tag Archives: Tunisia

The Healthy State of Medical Tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Well-known as a destination for experiencing some of the world’s most breathtaking natural assets, the Sub-Saharan African region is making progress in staking a larger claim to the multibillion dollar medical tourism industry and is the fastest growing region for wellness tourism.  Strategic trade and investment policies have played a significant role in these advancements. … Continue Reading

An In-Depth Look at the Candidates for African Development Bank President

In a few months’ time, the African Development Bank (“AfDB”) Board of Governors will vote to decide the successor to President Donald Kaberuka whose presidency comes to an end on August 31, 2015.  Having first gained international prominence for undertaking sweeping economic reforms as finance minister in a post-genocide Rwanda, Kaberuka has had a highly … Continue Reading

Tunisia’s Path to Post-Revolution Elections

Since passing its new constitution in January 2014—which has been described by some as one of the most progressive in the region—Tunisia has continued its post-revolution transition to a permanent government.  Most recently, in early May 2014, Tunisia’s 217-member National Constituent Assembly approved a new electoral law.  In addition to requiring male-female parity in party … Continue Reading
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