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Vision 2030 is Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plan to radically transform its economy into something modern, dynamic, and much less dependent upon oil revenues. Wilson Center Middle East Fellow David Ottaway has written a new paper that provides historical context about past efforts to kick the oil habit and prospects for the current plan. His insights provide the focus of this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

David B. Ottaway's paper, “Saudi Anxiety Grows Over Vision 2030 for the Kingdom,” can be read here:

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