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Articles from The Middle East (January 1, 2004)

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A trailbazer for democracy? A revolution is underway in the emirate of Qatar where a new leader and the dawn of the 21st century marked the beginning of pioneering change towards modernity. Ford, Neil 1379
Al Jazeera: the satellite station of the Arab Nation spreads its wings. 1530
An Arab view: Saudi Arabia and the western media: is the battle winnable? 758
An island of prosperity and calm: the Kurds are reaping the rewards of peace. Despite the turmoil elsewhere in Iraq, 12 years after the creation of a Kurdish "safe haven," business is booming. Kutschera, Chris 1427
ANB records 30% profit increase for first nine months of 2003. Brief Article 143
Another Day in Paradise: Front Line Stories From International Aid Workers. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 159
At five in the afternoon: a new film by Iranian director Samira Makhmalbaf looks at the situation of women in post-invasion Afghanistan. Andrews, Beverly Movie Review 1019
Bomb blast devastation: the Turkish bombings that claimed the lives of over 50 people in Istanbul caused domestic bewilderment when it became clear the perpetrators were Turkish muslims. Yet the choice of Turkey as a target was no great surprise to many. Gorvett, Jon 2019
Comment. Lancaster, Pat Editorial 490
Culture, Civilization and Humanity. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 157
Espionage: an Encyclopedia of Spies and Secrets. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 113
Inside Al Qaeda. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 214
Interview with James Hogan, CEO of Gulf Air. 726
Iraqi update: the situation in Iraq is on the brink of success or disaster ... depending on who you speak to in Baghdad. Darwish, Adel 2135
Kathy Evans. Lancaster, Pat Obituary 600
Low-cost air travel set for take-off. Fenn, John William 1219
Making a little go a long way: the oil and gas sector is playing a vital role in the country s economic success story. Ford, Neil 1196
Middle East tourism: Middle East tourism has been seriously challenged by world events, yet it is bouncing back with renewed vitality. Although the events of 9/11, the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), worldwide terrorist attacks and the Iraq war all impacted on the area's tourism there are plans afoot for the 21st century which should ensure the future for tourism in the Middle East is bright. Wells, Rhona 1670
Motor racing: eyes Arab talent. Vesely, Milan 1617
On a dream & a prayer: illegal immigration is an international problem which continues to confound governments and claim lives. James Badcock reports on how Morocco is attempting to deal with the issue. Badcock, James 1068
Satellite pay-TV yet to impact on Arab world. Feuilherade, Peter 778
Sharon under fire. Blanche, Ed 2057
Sobriety and Mirth. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 135
The Geneva accord. Darwish, Adel 794
The Illusion of Control: Force and Foreign Policy in the 21st Century. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 259
The long road to recovery: the scale of the reconstruction challenges facing Iraq's war-weary 25m people is formidable and will demand the goodwill of the world community, restoration of political-civil normality and reconciliation among various opposing groups aspiring to ultimate power. But the first steps have been taken as Moin A Siddiqi reports. Siddiqi, Moin A 1796
The Politics of Egypt: State-Society Relationship. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 164
The US democrats and Palestine. Fahim, Ashraf 713
Water, Power & Politics in the Middle East. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 189
Young radicals on the rise: within the Shi'a community, clerics are filling the power vacuum created in the wake of Saddam Hussein's downfall. The moderates are increasingly finding their voices drowned out by firebrand speeches from a younger, more radical generation of clerics. Trendle, Giles 1466

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