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Magazine articles on politics and society in the Middle East.
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National Defense
January 2008
Alan L. Gropman
Government Needs to Reexamine Rules for Battlefield Contractors The contractor headcount in Iraq nearly matches U.S. troop strength, which raises questions of whether the private sector's role in combat operations has outpaced regulatory, doctrinal and management practices. mark for My Articles 360 similar articles
December 13, 2007
Reena Jana
Online Extra: Abu Dhabi Builds Its Architectural Cred The building boom in the United Arab Emirates capital rivals that of Dubai, but Abu Dhabi is banking on ambitious green architecture. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
U.S. Banker
December 2007
Karen Krebsbach
The Further Economic Isolation of Iran Washington's ongoing campaign to persuade financial institutions to break ties with Tehran twisted another notch tighter with tough economic sanctions against three state-owned Iranian banks, companies and military organizations. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
November 19, 2007
Neal Sandler
The Crisis in Israel's Classrooms A breakdown in the financially strapped school system in Israel is jeopardizing the country's high-tech edge. mark for My Articles 744 similar articles
November 2007
Kerry Howley
Reconstruction Mess Could anyone have predicted the failures of reconstruction in Iraq and Afghanistan? According to a new working paper, the public choice theorist Gordon Tullock did just that -- in 1965. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Robert N. Charette
Open-Source Warfare Terrorists are leveraging information technology to organize, recruit, and learn -- and the West is struggling to keep up. The conflict in Iraq highlights how the open global access to increasingly powerful technological tools is in effect allowing small groups to declare war on nations. mark for My Articles 766 similar articles
National Defense
November 2007
Stew Magnuson
Military Identity Technology Leaps Ahead of Policies To help fight the Iraqi insurgency, the Defense Department has pushed biometric collection technologies into the field. But policies on how best to use them are not fully developed. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
October 2007
Michael J. Totten
The Next Iranian Revolution How armed exiles are working to topple Tehran's Islamic Government. mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
Autumn 2007
William K. Mooney, Jr.
Stabilizing Lebanon: Peacekeeping or Nation-Building While outside actors have played a major role, the weakness of the Lebanese government lies at the foundation of conflicts within the region. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 20, 2007
Rich Duprey
Exchange Deal Seems Foreign The multifaceted Dubai-Nasdaq deal is sure to spark xenophobia and nationalism. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
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