By Ghazi A. Algosaibi
First released in 1982. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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A curious thing is that Israel made the same mistake in 1973. Israel figured that it would not make sense for Egypt and Syria to go to war for the sake of reaching aims which both countries knew from the outset were unattainable. But Arab logic differed from Israeli logic – and the October War broke out. These are the basic obstacles to the making of sound international forecasts; and they form a bone of contention between scholars of international relations. Some hold that the study of international relations will enable us to overcome these obstacles and develop a precise science of prediction.
The bribeocrat's zeal attracts to him ever greater powers which, were it not for his business acumen, would pass from him to other officials. The point is that his fervour fits him for the performance of all official duties in addition to his special bribeocratic functions. The bribeocrat, as a rule, talks a great deal about principles and reforms. Attack being the best form of defence, he seldom attends 23 On bribeocracy a major meeting without speaking of corruption and the need for a purge, and the great number of those who lack conscience.
The holder of a Master's degree believes himself to be one of the senior scholars in his field; while the holder of a doctorate understands as a matter of course all the arts, all the sciences and literature. The degree has become the end, not the means; the end of the struggle instead of the real beginning. As he collects his certificate the graduate imagines that he has crowned his life's work. The time has come for us to take the glitter away from the university degree and to look instead with respect and esteem at certificates of proficiency in trades and crafts, and to reward their bearers with a material reward comparable to that which their university colleagues receive; a course of action which would be more beneficial to society than continuing to glorify the university degree and despise anything less.
Arabian Essays by Ghazi A. Algosaibi