Finding the right course

Thompson, Richard
February 2011
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;2/25/2011, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p18
In this article the author offers his opinion on the ongoing political unrest in the Middle East and the need of regime change in many countries here. He talks about the dissatisfaction which was growing for long among the people of Egypt which in turn upturned the government of president Muhammad Husni Mubarak. He believes that governments of this region are suffering due to the wrong decisions taken by them and the U.S. is also not able to intervene due to its wrong invasion of Iraq.


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