The period after Tunisia’s independence (1956) was marked by the decadence of the Tunisian Circle of Friendships, which ceased to exist in 1964. The Review put a greater emphasis on Tunisia’s problems, its “basic personality”, the formulation of the idea of Homeland in Tunisia, the genesis and the formation of the national consciousness. It was a reflection of a country that experienced its independence and a country that was anxious to be abreast of time. As early as 1937, Tunisians participated in the writing of the first Issue of the IBLA Review. Since then, they were often associated with consultation meetings(reports are documented in IBLA’s archives). This collaboration became official with the establishment of an editorial board in 1977. Today, it is mainly composed of Tunisian academicians.