The emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPAThe emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPA
The emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPA

Look to Japan and China: can the Middle East learn from East Asia’s success story?

  • Education systems and effective systems of authority are among the areas that could be adopted, according to experts at the Middle East Institute’s annual conference
  • However, they point out that differences in governance are potential roadblocks to successful emulation
Topic |   Middle East
The emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPAThe emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPA
The emergence of China in recent years has propelled Gulf elites to become “think about it as a potential model for success for governance”, according to an expert. Photo: EPA
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