The Economist: On the instability in the Arab World 2010

The Economist has devised an index, Shoe Thrower’s Index, which indicates the stability in the Arab world (2010). It shows that several of the countries in the GCC region, where we invest, are among the most stable countries in the Arab world. Most stable is considered to be Qatar followed by Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and Bahrain. Most unstable is Yemen, followed by Libya and Egypt. Read more about the index and the full article in The Economist.