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Discontent in the Middle East

In Turkey, a Syrian doctor aids his countrymen

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 11, 2012
A Syrian doctor in Istanbul set up a free hospital to treat Syrian opposition fighters, but middlemen ripped off his patients.
Discontent in the Middle East

Anti-government demonstrations rise in Syria

by Marketplace Staff Apr 20, 2011
Protesters in Syria are coming out against President Bashar al-Assad for giving the government almost unlimited powers to put down dissent. Mills College professor Fred Lawson explains what could happen to Syria's economy next.
Discontent in the Middle East

Economic pressures may shape Libya's future

by Marketplace Staff Apr 15, 2011
The former British Ambassador to Libya tells Marketplace that the oil sanctions and economic pressures in Libya are primarily on Col. Muammar Gaddafi, but that the rebels are facing their own issues as well.
Discontent in the Middle East

Syrian troops fire on protesters

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 25, 2011
U.S. foreign aid doesn't go to Syria, but does to Egypt. Egypt responded to protests peacefully, Syria hasn't, and the U.S. foreign aid could have something to do with it.
Discontent in the Middle East

Discontent in Yemen rises, with post-oil future unclear

by Marketplace Staff Mar 23, 2011
A failing economy and protests against the president have placed Yemen in a state of unrest.
Discontent in the Middle East

How state-controlled media work in Libya and the Arab world

by Marketplace Staff Mar 22, 2011
Professor Marwan Kraidy discusses the effectiveness of government-controlled media in Libya and the current media landscape in Egypt.
Discontent in the Middle East

The economics of Bahrain's Sunni-Shiite divide

by Marketplace Staff Mar 18, 2011
University of Vermont professor Gregory Gause discusses how the Sunni-Shiite split is feeding into economic and political unrest in Bahrain.

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Discontent in the Middle East

An Arab Marshall Plan?

by Stephen Beard Mar 17, 2011
The Arab world faces a huge task of reconstruction. And they are taking a page from an old American plan.
Discontent in the Middle East

Doing business with Gaddafi again

by Jeff Tyler Mar 16, 2011
Libyan president Muammar Gaddafi says his forces are beating back rebel forces. If he retains power, will foreign nations do business with him again?
Discontent in the Middle East

Libya sanctions highlight sovereign wealth funds

by Alisa Roth Mar 2, 2011
Among the assets frozen by the U.S. are holdings of Libya's sovereign wealth fund. Such petrodollar funds have gained prominence in recent years.