Q&A: West will have to adapt to change in middle east

February 2011
Fund Strategy;2/7/2011, p23
Trade Publication
An interview with Ibrahim Sharqieh, deputy director of Brookings Doha Center, is presented. Sharqieh states that majority of the Egyptian population are angry because the regime of President Hosni Mubarak refuse to meet expectations. He says that the clashes between pro and anti-government supporters is an outrageous act of desperation from regime of Mubarak. He adds that democratic election and and eventual stabilisation will be good for the Egyptian economy.


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