A prescription for developing countries to avoid chaos: A tolerant view

Shamsi S. Bawaneh

Abstract


To avoid chaos, instability and bloodshed in the developing countries that are candidate for the next Arabian Spring, this study puts forward a suggested prescription that depends on wisdom as well as on tolerance and reconciliation between the three major players in the country; the state, the corrupted elite and the people. The prescription simply suggests that the silent wisdom in such countries come up with a tolerance plan with which all three parties find an escape to survival, have a social contract on it and let the government implement it. The plan should see light before the political situation in any country reaches a point of no return when bloodshed is involved.

Keywords


Developing Countries; Chaos;Tolerance;Corruption; Arabian Spring

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v2i6.136

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