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Articles from The Middle East (March 1, 2004)

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1 bn [euro] ($1.2bn) tourist resort in Morocco. Brief Article 83
Acotel wins major contracts with Jordan's Fastlink. Brief Article 108
Arabs seek global presence: Arab governments are moving from passive players to active participants on the world economic stage. Proof of this is their willingness to join the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and other multilateral organisations. But critics say this may not guarantee success in the new global economic order. Martin, Josh 2145
Bechtel wins $2.5bn deal to build Doha airport. Brief Article 105
Calligraffiti: Lebanese Poet Sherbel Dagher asked Jordanian artist Wijdan to interpret his abstract verse visually. The result was a "Fantasia of colour and paper, on paper," and the subject of a spectacular exhibition at London's October Gallery. Lancaster, Pat 413
Can Baghdad rise from the ashes? War torn Baghdad is not a destination high on most peoples list of holiday destinations, not yet anyway ... Dabrowska, Karen 1718
Comment. Lancaster, Pat 740
Hezbollah: the Changing Face of Terrorism. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 463
Hizbullah-Israel swap: a long-awaited prisoner exchange between Israel and Lebanon's Hizbullah organisation has reinforced the Shi'a Muslim group's status in the Arab and Islamic world, confirming, in Hizbullah's eyes, that the Jewish state only yields to force rather than negotiations. Blanford, Nicholas 1628
Hunting down the terrorist threat. 1680
Iraq: the Human Cost of History. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 237
Iraqi oil loses its luster. Vesely, Milan 1718
Lady Anne Blunt: a Biography. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 285
Low cost airlines enter Gulf market; Low cost airlines have revolutionised travel in Europe, with some fares--between London and Ireland or the south of France--as low as 1 [pounds sterling]. Now the revolution has reached the Middle East. Ford, Neil 1178
Morocco. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 173
OPEC cuts output to maintain prices. Mustapha, Hafsa-Kara 770
Prosperity and the long road to peace: a German-born multi-billionaire believes instituting commercial joint ventures in the Middle East could bring peace and prosperity to Arabs and Jews. Bainerman, Joel 1115
Qatar punches above its weight. Ford, Neil 2074
Shadow boxing with Mr Sharon. Lancaster, Pat 666
Shaping up for change or just more of the same? Motevalli, Golnar 1151
Simply Lebanese. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 187
Technology, Tradition and Survival. Rhodes, Fred Book Review 152
Three steps forward ...: the thorny and politically sensitive Western Sahara issue will not go away, neither will it be solved if every time negotiations move three steps forward, time and neglect force them three steps back. James Badcock reviews the situation. Badcock, James 1208
Tunisia & the USA: Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's visit to the United States at the invitation of US President George W Bush has become a crucial watershed in the political and economic relations between America and the Arab world. Versi, Anver 6125
Which way now for OPEC? Ford, Neil 897
Yemen's decade of peace: the rewards of peace and unity are becoming apparent from the north to south of the country. Ford, Neil 1341

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