Here is a selection of English-language press coverage for the 9th Forum for the Future:

US: Tunisia must respond to the aspirations of young people or face future revolts (Calgary Herald)
The top U.S. official for the Middle East urged Tunisia to respond to the aspirations of its young people or face future uprisings...

North Africa: United States Will Back Arab Democracy On Multiple Fronts (AllAfrica.com)
The United States will work with elected leaders in emerging Arab democracies regardless of their political origins provided they pursue inclusive, pluralistic policies, Deputy Secretary of State William Burns says...

Clinton Misses Forum for the Future Meeting in Tunisia (TunisiaLive)
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not be participating in the Forum for the Future, which is being held in the capital Tunis from today through Thursday, December 13...

Fact Sheet: 2012 G8-BMENA Forum for the Future (Office of the Spokesperson, United States Department of State)
The Forum for the Future is a unique platform bringing together governments, the private sector and civil society groups from throughout the Broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA) region with G-8 states to work together on political, social, and economic reform. The United States and the Republic of Tunisia co-chair the 2012 Forum...

Remarks at Forum for the Future (United States Department of State)
I thank all whose hard work made this gathering possible: the Tunisian Government; under whose leadership we have seen unprecedented engagement with civil society; my counterparts from the nations of the G8 and Broader Middle East and North Africa; our Tunisian civil society and private sector partners, ARFORGHE and the Tunisian-American Chamber of Commerce; and the U.S. League of Women Voters. And I want to congratulate next year’s chairs, Egypt and the United Kingdom...