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Sunday, August 08, 2004

Asketh the Economist:

Why is it so hard for Arabs to act together to solve the region's manifold problems, from the humanitarian crisis in Sudan to the turmoil in Iraq and Palestine?

Here's an answer: Arab elites like to blame somebody else in particular - guess who. (To which, coincidentally, if it were true, the proper response should be: if only.) If you think about a problem in the wrong way you'll end up trying to solve it in the wrong way. One reason that. The Economist has some others.


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