A different model of political development and organisation is needed in the Middle East to avoid endless cycles of war and chaos. The conflicts have increased in intensity since the so-called Arab Spring of 2010. One way forward would be to develop ‘cantons’ in Iraq, Syria and Libya to achieve the peaceful coexistence of different minorities.

ONE major question arises from the conflicts which have brought so much bloodshed to the Middle East and the Arab world in general over the past decade - are these countries destined to teeter endlessly between tyrannical regimes and horrific civil wars or can they get out of this situation?

The conflicts have picked up steam since ...

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 Charles Millon
The Arab world is not reticent towards democracy, but the model these countries were handed bears no relation to the timeless internal structure of these societies
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