Ibn Khaldun’s ideas on the collapse of states still relevant today

In a 1981 speech, then-U.S. President Ronald Reagan referred to the writing of 14th century Islamic scholar Ibn Khaldun whose work still resonates today, particularly for contemporary Turkey. Reagan used Khaldun’s ideas as a source of inspiration for U.S. economic politics. What Reagan referred to was Khaldun’s work on the rise and fall of empires: … Okumaya devam et Ibn Khaldun’s ideas on the collapse of states still relevant today