How would you solve the current problem in Egypt and Tunisia?
Topic: Problem solving in the world
July 19, 2019 / By Breeda Question:
What do you think the world should do to solve the current problem (transition) of Egypt and Tunisia? I think it is an interesting subject and I want to do some research.
Best Answers: How would you solve the current problem in Egypt and Tunisia?
Alexandra | 9 days ago
There are pretty good grounds for believing that in arab countries like those and others, nearly eveywhere, democracy or political liberalization just won't work. Morsi might hang on to power and stabilize the country but a military coup may be the only way to do it.
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My considered opinion, even though this is 'history' section, not 'politics'....Is...."Leave them alone"....It's time they solved their own problems since they started as modern nations after WWI and WWII (85-65 years ago) to grow up and thrash out their own problems......
Some people there.......... want democracy....some want Medieval Islam....some want a combination of the two....some want to go forward to the future....some back to the past....some want neither but something else. In my opinion it's not up to the rest of us to say....but to them...They've been modern countries long enough to deserve the right....to try.
As long as they keep it in their own country pretty much, keep the carnage of each other down to a minimum....I think the rest of the world should.....leave them alone to work it out...I don't want to sound insulting/ patronizing but in history Egypt and Tunisia have only been real modern countries for 65-85 years at most.....while the USA has been here.... 225 years, modern Britain 350 years, France, Europe, Japan and others 200-300 years all......I'd say in the age of nations....they are in their teenage years....while the rest of us are in are....our 30's.
For research.....Just google their history and demographics....and see how young (and teenage) the modern forms of their country's are.
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Support democratic players in each country and offer assistance to those groups and to maintain order.
The idea that Arab countries are somehow incapable of democracy or liberalism is idiotic and has no basis in reality. People seriously trying to argue that are racists manipulating facts to try and justify their bigotry.
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actually the democratic and liberal parties are winning el tahrir square is full protestors eager to get morsi out of the chair
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