Is Tunisia the Next Egypt?
BY VIVIENNE WALT
Compared with the chaos in Egypt and Libya, the one Arab Spring revolution that seemed to have a shot at success was the one in Tunisia, the tiny Mediterranean country whose uprising in 2010 kick-started a protest wave across the region. Now even that nascent democracy looks shaky.
After gunmen assassinated the secular politician Mohamed Brahmi on July 25--the second such hit this year--thousands of enraged Tunisians stormed the streets and burned barricades, demanding the resignation of the ruling Islamist Ennahda party (which was freely elected in 2011 but which Tunisians accuse of...