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Articles from The Middle East (December 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
1 From a Persian Tea House. Rhodes, Fred Book review 148
2 Al Qaeda. Rhodes, Fred Book review 142
3 A Reader of Modern Arabic Short Stories. Rhodes, Fred Book review 151
4 Manah, An Omani Oasis, an Arabian Legacy. Rhodes, Fred Book review 115
5 Islam Without Extremes. Rhodes, Fred Book review 127
6 One Thousand and One Nights. Rhodes, Fred Book review 174
A new future for the past. 1693
Can oil restore Libya's fortunes: Libya's new rulers struggle to rebuild an oil industry battered by the civil war that ended Muammar Gaddafi's 32-year rule, but the threat of further violence could sabotage these efforts and with them any prospect of an early national recovery. Blanche, Ed 2346
Comment. 361
Egypt to star again at the Ashmolean Museum. Brief article 142
Egypt's mammoth plans for mega-projects. Golia, Maria 1794
Fast cars in competition off track. Brief article 206
For love of the written word. Brief article 159
Former Iraqi Oil Minister Issam Al Chalabi. Smith, Pamela Ann Interview 1893
Growth in a cold climate. Gorvett, Jon 1428
High-class hospitality comes to Makkah. 631
Iraq goodbye and good luck: the Americans' ignominious withdrawal from Iraq, nearly nine years after their invasion and ruinous occupation, heralds more sectarian bloodshed and regional turmoil, not to mention the prospect of a major triumph for Iran. 2579
Mobile luxury. Brief article 115
One Middle East leader is listening to demands. Brief article 162
Positive trends reinforce stock markets' confidence. Smith, Pamela Ann 1745
Reopening the door to tourism post-Arab Spring: Tunisia's tourist industry is looking to a bright new future. Wells, Rhona 1047
Rising development increases environmental woes: the effects of healthy business climates that have encouraged widespread development across the region and in the oil-rich Gulf states in particular, must be better managed if disaster is to be averted. 1340
Sectarian strife threatens Egypt's new epoch: previously united under the despotic rule of their former president, Egyptians are struggling with issues of religious tolerance and freedom in the post-Mubarak era, which may not be as straightforward as they first appear. McGrath, Cam 2184
Stars of Arabic fiction. Brief article 194
The future of a promise: Rhona Wells reports from the 54" Venice Biennale. Wells, Rhona 707
The key. 949
The sweet smells of success. Wells, Rhona 820
The View of Tehran. Copeland, K. Letter to the editor 357
Tunisia leads the way. Atzori, Erika 1472
US attempts annihilating Al Qaeda: the Americans are cutting down the jihadist movement's leaders in a savage and largely secret campaign of counter-terror that is redefining how future wars will be fought. Blanche, Ed 1802

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