Still ecstatic about Myanmar, cautiously optimistic about Tunisia.
My worries about Tunisia include CIA rat-fuck activities in the country. Right now, Tunisians are trying the tactic of combating radical Islamists with efforts that promote democracy, at the very moment the Pentagon's balloon has gone up in their request for funding to address threats like ISIS with yet more military force. I could see many in the intelligence community being less than thrilled with any success achieved by those who counter radicals with other than might -- who fight with an eye to what they want and need and what's best, rather than with an eye to what they fear.
Some folks in Tunisia have decided to go with the truism that violence begets more violence, and that hatred can be defeated only by what is right and good, not by more hatred. Let's hope the agency doesn't fuck this up.
UPDATE: All this said (especially about CIA rat-fucks), the road to hell is paved with good intentions. It could really harm the elements I support to have visible American back-up. Maybe the intelligence community should just leave well enough alone in Tunisia. Don't try to help -- you might hurt, them and yourselves.