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Managing the World Crisis of the Middle East: Imperatives and Alternatives
Case Western Reserve University
The Middle East has become a destabilized and destabilizing region. As the Arab Spring demonstrated, Arab youth are excellent users of Information Technology, suggesting that personal initiative, and along with it personal freedoms, will ultimately triumph.
The major factors contributing to this condition include:

  • Intensifying cold and hot wars between the region’s leading Sunni and Shiite powers;
  • Proliferation of failed states—including Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen;
  • The rise of a so-called Islamic State, or ISIS, lording over its zone of mayhem in Syria and Iraq;
  • The spread of Islamic State ideology throughout the region and globally;
  • Conflict-driven refugee flows of biblical proportions within and out of the area;


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