Threat Watch 2014: Middle East and North Africa flashpoints
The IHS Country Risk team assesses the states in the Middle East and North Africa most likely to suffer from security instability during 2014
On 3 July 2013, the army removed President Morsi and suspended the constitution, in response to nationwide anti-government protests that exceeded 2011 levels. Mass civil unrest, occasionally consisting of hundreds of thousands of protesters, is likely to continue periodically through 2014, however. It is unlikely the interim government will be able to address economic grievances over food prices, standards of living, education, healthcare and housing in the one-year outlook. The interim government has . . .