International Affairs
1 October 2011 , Volume 67, Number 5

Arab economies are as varied as the region’s politics – from poor Yemen, to much richer Libya, to the very wealthy gulf states, with countries such as Egypt, Tunisia, Syria and others being something of a median. Yet the performances of these economies are as critical to the long term success of the Arab Spring as the region’s laws.

 

Authors

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown

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