The LA Times quotes Rafik Hariri Center Senior Fellow Karim Mezran on how the Tunisian government may react to the attack on the Bardo Museum:

Karim Mezran, a senior scholar at the Atlantic Council, said the government might clamp down on perceived threats.

“If that happens, it is not good news for Tunisians, as it could derail the political transition in a country that has provided the only good news emerging from the Arab Spring,” he said in emailed comments. “There is a danger Tunisia will revert to its old ways of security first.”

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