Inflation is predicted to fuel mass unrest

The World

The effects of inflation will likely double the amount of unrest in the next year or two. That’s what a statistical model from The Economist predicts. Governments, deeply in debt, will be unable to blunt the high cost of living, which is predicted to lead to street protests and violence. Carol Hills speaks with the foreign editor of The Economist, Robert Guest, who spent time in Turkey and Tunisia talking to those being hit hardest.