Weeks after Mohammed Bouazizi's self-immolation began the revolution in Tunisia, his hometown of Sidi Bouzid remains a place of protest.
The youngest part of the world is also the most chronically underemployed. Reporting from ground zero of Tunisia’s revolutionary rage, the author encounters epic frustration.
Tunisia finds a new equilibrium in the wake of civil unrest that sparked popular revolutions across the Arab world.
As revolutions pervade North Africa, armed forces take different approaches to containing the protests. Tunisia's military championed its revolution, while government forces in Egypt and Yemen are unlikely to do the same.
Mohamed Bouazizi's suicide ignited an uprising of unemployed youth in Tunisia, then across North Africa.
Unemployment skyrocketed as Tunisia's disproportionate swath of youth entered the labor force; now their frustration is boiling over.