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Keep Watch over Oil and Gas Assets on the Tumultuous Tunisian Border

Bottom Line: While the Tunisian military picks up momentum in the fight against terrorist forces in the Mount Chaambi border region with Algeria, and the two countries combine forces to patrol the area and set up buffers zones with Libya. We could see a surge of retaliatory attacks. In the meantime, the political crisis in Tunisia continues in stalemate, and the ruling Islamist Ennahda party will have to bow to pressure in order to survive without turning Tunisia into another Egypt.

Analysis: Our assessment is that Ennahda will be forced to bow to pressure from the protests for its own survival, but that this will not come about within the next 2-3 weeks. We are not changing Tunisia’s security risk ranking this week.  

The Tunisian military continues to pick up momentum in the fight against terrorist forces (with help from Algeria) in the Mount Chaambi border region, and ruling Ennahda continues to attempt to convince a protesting public that it is serious about the Islamist threat. There has also been a reshuffle of defense, security and intelligence forces. Following the July replacement of Army Chief of Staff General Rachid Ammar on 22 August, the air force chief of staff and the director of military intelligence were also replaced. These moves appease the opposition significantly as they were highly critical of the country’s defense and intelligence make-up and have greater confidence now in the ability and political will to step up the fight…




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