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U.S. energy production already affecting OPEC

Dec 11, 2012
Higher oil and gas production in the U.S. will change oil relationships around the world. The Middle East won't be called on to produce as much, costing it income, but Saudi Arabia will remain a key player.
Posted In: Oil, middle east

Empowering working Palestinian women through radio

Aug 3, 2012
Maysoun Odeh Gangat, CEO of the women’s radio station NISAA in Ramallah, explains why there are fewer Palestinian women in business compared to other women in the Middle East -- and how that seems to be changing.
Posted In: Palestine, women, middle east

'Flame' malware burns through cyberspace

May 30, 2012
The newly identified spyware is the latest state-sponsored cyber threat in the Middle East. But Flame could work its way into businesses.
Posted In: Flame, malware, middle east

What damage could the Flame virus cause?

May 29, 2012
A new malware threat is spreading like fire across the Middle East. What problems might the cyber weapon Flame cause, where did its name come from, and how similar is it to the virus Stuxnet?
Posted In: Flame, cyberwar, malware, computer virus, middle east

In Tunisia, more democracy but still much poverty

Apr 12, 2012
More than a year after the revolt that toppled Tunisia’s ruler, Zine al Abidine Ben Ali, discontent is rising because of poverty and unemployment.
Posted In: Tunisia, middle east, Arab Spring

Tensions in Middle East affecting oil prices

Feb 15, 2012
Oil prices are on the rise today, in part because of news out of Syria. But there are also bigger picture problems to worry about.
Posted In: Oil, middle east, Strait of Hormuz, oil prices

As Egypt goes, so goes the Middle East?

Jan 27, 2012
Commentator Reza Aslan says the outcome of Egypt's experiment with democracy has implications for the region as a whole.
Posted In: Egypt, middle east, revolution, democracy

Free Zones: A Tale of Two Economies

Jun 23, 2011
Think one economy is hard enough to regulate? Try Two. In the U.A.E., so-called "free zones" allow foreigners to set up businesses for nominal fe...
Posted In: economy 4.0, middle east

A New Oprah Rising in the Middle East

Jun 23, 2011
This may come as a surprise, but television designed to make the world a better place is still possible. Amira Al Fadl is a charismatic interview...
Posted In: Al Aan TV, Amira Al Fadl, dubai, economy 4.0, Jamil Abu-Wardeh, middle east, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

How Much? The Costs of Economic Security

Jun 22, 2011
For Emiratis, getting a cushy government job is the easy and preferred choice. In fact, the government provides amble benefits with little work. ...
Posted In: economy 4.0, middle east

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