The Perils of Economic Populism in the Mideast: Steffen HertogSteffen Hertog
July 7 (Bloomberg) -- The first signs of a post-revolutionary hangover are everywhere in the Arab world. Where unity of purpose once defined the reform movements in Egypt and Tunisia, now particular interests are coming to the fore. Forces for change are fracturing.
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