The end of the Roman Empire marked the momentary loss of western culture. The Arab world, reaching its top in the following years, delivered to the world the memories of our civilization successes.
Today’s social and economic difficulties, synthesized in an apparently irreversible demographic choice, might be announcing a similar relay.
Naming subjects often associated with a future leading role in the world, we sometimes see weaknesses similar our ones.
The commonly named growth areas in the world are China, India, Brasil, Russia: do we really have good reasons to think it will not be the Arabs again?