By Hedi BenAicha
Vice President and Assistant Provost, Library and Instructional Resources
American Public University System
Tunisia, called cradle of the Arab Spring, is a North African country the size of New England, squeezed between two giant oil producing countries, Libya to the East and Algeria to the West. The term “squeezed” is intentional.
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There are at least two ways to attack, weaken, and destroy any enemy or opposing force. It can be done from either an external or an internal position. A building may be exploded using a missile or some source of attack to its external structure, which causes a weakening to the entire building, or the building might be imploded by a destructive source within.