July 5, 2013

Arab World Needs Capitalism, Not Democracy

Fraser Nelson, Daily Telegraph

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The façade of democracy can be horribly deceptive; it is the strength of institutions that decides if nations rise or fall.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Arabs, Middle East, Muslim Brotherhood, Mohammed Morsi

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