By Shehab Al Makahleh
The world’s economy is undergoing the worst epoch since 1930, with one way out of the bottleneck: A war in the Middle East that would enhance energy and financial markets as well as global military industries at the expense of some Middle Eastern and emerging markets.
A Middle East war could be the sole bailout
It is clear that the world is not heading to WWIII because the major powers do not want to be directly involved especially with all of the major powers celebrating the anniversary of the end of WWI. However, they don’t mind getting involved in proxy wars to export their domestic issues to other nations or regions.
Which countries would be involved?
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First published at Al Arabiya