The Future of the Middle East

The Middle East continues to be subjected to research, analysis, PhD’s and critiqued and whilst the century of the region has seen many actors, nations and powers shape it, the next 100 years is set to be very different from the last 100 years. There are numerous trends already taking shape that will present broader, deeper and wider challenges for the status quo. The rulers in the region have little understanding of these and have...
27th August 20171 min

The Middle East continues to be subjected to research, analysis, PhD’s and critiqued and whilst the century of the region has seen many actors, nations and powers shape it, the next 100 years is set to be very different from the last 100 years. There are numerous trends already taking shape that will present broader, deeper and wider challenges for the status quo. The rulers in the region have little understanding of these and have generally been pragmatic to the trends that have emerged or have used brute force to maintain the status quo.  These trends range from economic, social to technological and geopolitical.  This series will take a closer look at each of these emerging trends

Part 1 – Demographics

Part 2 – Economy

Part 3 – Energy

Part 4 – Water

Part 5 – Social Cohesion

Part 6 – Islamic Revival

Part 7 – Foreign Interference

 

 

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