The Mideast Economy and the Politics of Reform

The popular uprising that toppled governments in Tunisia and Egypt has become bloodier as it spreads

The Arab Spring has inched into scorching summer, and casualties are mounting in Libya, Yemen, and Syria. There's economic damage, too, as budget deficits jump and tourism and manufacturing suffer. Egypt and Tunisia are receiving significant aid.

Power is the Global Economics Editor at Bloomberg Businessweek.

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