The Arab Housing Paradox
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The Cairo Review of Global Affairs
From Cairo to Casablanca and beyond, millions of Arabs live in munatiq ‘ashwa’ia, or random areas. Informal developments continue to expand in response to state failure and incapacity. Arab governments should stop focusing on hyper-modern schemes and start empowering the poor for the creation of formal, legal neighborhoods with affordable housing.
(2013). The Arab Housing Paradox. The Cairo Review of Global Affairs,
"The Arab Housing Paradox." The Cairo Review of Global Affairs, no. 11, 2013,