Kuwait Looks At Its Soul And Isn't Happy

Has the welfare state destroyed the competitive spirit?

As a scion of Kuwait's ruling family, Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah has the means to do just about anything he wants. He seems very comfortable enjoying the evening air at a modest beach house on Kuwait's coast. There, he likes to dine informally on grilled fish, fresh from a trap out in front, with a small group of companions and retainers.

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