October 21, 2011

Next Arab Domino May Be Oil Darling Algeria

R.M. Gerecht, Bloomberg


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The death of Muammar Qaddafi is a cause for joy in Libya, and for concern. Some worry that the ruling National Transitional Council will force its way to permanent power; others that Islamist elements will seek to put the country under Shariah law; and there is also the danger of the nation splitting into three parts. . .

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