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Published on: March 27, 2014
Tunisia's Angel Investor
Will Rome Bring Prosperity to North Africa?

Though the ancient Romans famously defeated the Carthaginians, today Tunisia, the modern-day location of Carthage, may depend on Italy for its survival as a newly democratic state. In fact, if Italy supports its ancient foe, the entire Maghreb region could actually benefit.

Giovanni Faleg is associate research fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies.
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