Tunisia's Jasmine Revolution sparks hope and admiration throughout the Arab world. But François Picard's panel warns of the pitfalls of building democracy in what is now a political vacuum.
A debate with François Picard and guests:
Moncef CHEIKH-ROUHOU, Tunisian native and vice-president of Circle of Arab Economists
Mahmoud ISMAIL, Director, Egyptian cultural Center in Paris
Saad DJEBBAR, Algerian-born Human Rights Attorney
George JOFFE, Research Fellow at POLIS, Cambridge University
Amel BOUBEKEUR, Algerian Research Fellow at Higher School for Social Research (EHESS), Paris
Produced by Louise McWATT, Annelise BORGES, Perrine DESPLATS, Yi SONG