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Where Are We Headed in the Middle East?

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 30th, 2011 5:43 AM |

I do not believe during my lifetime that the world has ever been faced with such a wide array of risks and challenges. Stop and ponder the breadth and depth of the risks emanating from Japan, Europe, and the United States. Volumes will be written on how these economic arenas handle the substantial challenges currently facing them. Truth be told, I believe it will be decades before we are able to properly review and fully assess how the world’s central bankers and political leaders navigated the current challenges. We may never know the full truth of what really occurred and how situations were really handled.

While each of the hot spots referenced above could occupy all our focus, the fact is I believe the rapidly moving pace of turmoil in the Middle East represents the greatest risks on our world stage. These risks run from the political and economic to the humanitarian. Beyond that, though, we would be naive to discount that the current rapidly moving developments and unsettledness within the Middle East may lead to extended military engagements with unknown consequences.

Prudence and diligence dictates that we keep a keen focus on the Middle East. To that end, I welcome introducing readers to commentary provided by Gerard Group International. As Ilana Freedman of GGI writes, (more…)

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