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    Corona days -How am I still alive ?

    In 1962, I was a student at the French college of Tangiers, Morocco. I recall that day terrifying and exciting at once- when my classmates and our mathematics professor started debating about what we should expect and do after the breaking of the atomic war between Russian and Americans. The world then seemed on the...

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Corona days -How am I still alive ?

In 1962, I was a student at the French college of Tangiers, Morocco. I recall that day terrifying and exciting at once- when my classmates and our mathematics professor started debating about what we should expect and do after the breaking of the atomic war between Russian and Americans. The world then seemed on the
10 February 2019 By Moncef Marzouki in english

Interview – Times of Africa

Questionnaire for H.E. Mr. Moncef Marzouki, President of the Republic of Tunisia 26-2-2014   How the “Jasmine Revolution” brought a new breeze of life for Tunisians and how it is still proving as a great milestone in economic enhancement of the country? The Jasmine Revolution is the international name of what we call in Tunisia
10 February 2019 By Moncef Marzouki in english

The Tunisian Revolution: Achievements and disillusions

Conference, Oxford University; Middle East studies center June 7, 2018     Thank you, Professor Rogan for this generous introduction and for the invitation to address this distinguished gathering. I have always admired Oxford’s commitment to academic excellence. It is, therefore, a great honor for me to be here at St Antony’s College. I would
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