To end regional turmoil, the Arab world must embrace an inclusive merit-based economic system.
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The Islamic State recently could not find a single Lebanese to volunteer to be an emir. Lebanon must be able to continue inspiring its regional neighbors, and to provide a template for effective pluralism in the Middle East.
WASHINGTON — With Hosni Mubarak's ouster in Egypt — widely considered to have one of the region's most stable regimes until only recently — and Col. Moammar Gadhafi clinging to power in Libya, there is no clear end in sight to the turmoil sweeping ...