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Tunisia has begun its transition to democracy, but not all parties played by the rules.
The ambiance of a celebratory mood is modest and no one claims to be teaching the Arabs about democracy.
Bin Laden succeeded in dragging the US into endless, expensive wars - however he lost the attention of the Arab world.
Turkey's stable democracy, proactive foreign policy, and growing achievements have made it a "soft power" in the region.
Between a reluctant military still in power and religious parties gaining steam, upcoming elections in Egypt are murky.
The return of Rachid Ghannouchi to Tunisia is a symbol of the unshackling of the diaspora's chains of exile.
With a cautious approach a durable democratic order can be established in Tunisia.
Tunisian President Zain al-Abidin bin Ali has pardoned at least 80 short-term Islamist prisoners during Ramadan, including two leaders of the banned Nahda party.
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