In the field of disaster management, learning from previous experiences – also known as "lessons learned" – is considered critical. Wise managers should not allow themselves to fall into same mistakes that happened to others, especially when they are geographically close or operate within the same business environments. The same concept applies to countries that should learn from the mistakes of others to avoid suffering similar consequences of those who have experienced traumatic incidents. Current political and social conditions within the Middle East show that Arab countries barely learn from the mistakes of one another and seem to commit similar…
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