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    History & overview of government & society in Lebanon.

    BACKGROUND Lebanon has a lengthy history in the Middle East and a heritage extending back nearly to the beginning of humankind. The region first appe... more
    6 pages | 5 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

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    Describes the government of Kuwait & examines some of the current problems it faces. The Gulf War had a profound impact on Kuwait, altering the face of government & creating new problems for it to solve.

    KUWAIT: GOVERNMENT AND CURRENT PROBLEMS Introduction The intent in this paper is to describe the government of Kuwait and look at some of the curre... more
    7 pages | 8 sources | 6 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Discusses extent to which women's status has improved. Contends women's position is still subordinate to that of Egyptian men. Conflict between feminism and conservative religious, political and social views associated with Islam. Question of whether women should have an autonomous sociopolitical purpose. Family law in Egypt.

    Introduction Modern Egypt is like its dynastic counterpart, drawing sustenance from the Nile River. Today, as in the ancient period, most of the count... more
    7 pages | 9 sources | 23 citations | MLA citation style

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    The issue of oil. Balance of resources and the oil market. Political, economic and strategic conditions. Impact of the Gulf War. Threats to oil security. Importance of political stability in the Middle East. Accommodating Western interests. Crisis with Iraq (pre-U.S. invasion). Iranian economy. Israel-Palestinian conflict. Caspian Basin. Cultural and religious factors.

    THE GEOPOLITICS OF SAUDI ARABIA: THE ISSUE OF OIL The geopolitics of Saudi Arabia are inextricably tied up with the fact that twenty-five percent of ... more
    10 pages | 10 sources | 22 citations | APA citation style

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    Energy demand and supply in the United States, and the continuing need for energy imports. Options of increased production, conservation and efficiency, and alternative energy sources are discussed.

    THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN ENERGY SUPPLY Consumption Production and Alternatives The recent sharp increase in US gasoline prices to more than perga... more
    14 pages | 8 sources | 12 citations | Turabian citation style

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    An essay that discusses how the world’s scarce natural resources often lead to conflict within nations and between nations and how, despite a tendency to promote democratic institutions in such nations such efforts are usually in vain.

    Natural ResourcesIntroduction In The Curve of the Future Edward Passerini p argues that ifwe do not control population growth our natural resources wi... more
    4 pages | 5 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discusses and compares the use of oil revenues in various oil-rich Middle Eastern countries such as Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, Bahrain and Abu Dhabai. Uses include social welfare programs. Implications of state ownership, and political and religious tensions.

    Democratization in KuwaitHypothesis and Expectations The research hypothesis that will be tested in this study is The useof oil revenues in the oil-ri... more
    10 pages | 9 sources | 29 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides a discussion of doing business in Turkey. The discussion is focused on whether the government in Turkey unduly interferes in the free market economy. Due to neoliberal economic reforms, the paper argues the government has eliminated its interference in the free market.

    Business in Turkey Businesses wishing to operate or do business in Turkey must considernumerous issues from corruption to cultural practices Despite t... more
    7 pages | 6 sources | 19 citations | APA citation style

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    Considers the causes and ramifications of the current financial crisis in Dubai, including an overview of other notable financial crises, the consequences--local and global--of this financial crisis, and the outlook for the crisis.

    The Dubai Financial Crisis Introduction Although international trade and globalization are often consideredrecent development-indeed developments that... more
    20 pages | 21 sources | 30 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper consists of a descriptive essay discussing AHS. The central thesis of the paper is that the disease is very serious with disastrous consequences for many countries around the world.

    AFRICAN HORSE SICKNESS Introduction General Description of AHS Mellor states that African Horse Sickness AHS is aninfectious primarily lethal disease ... more
    6 pages | 12 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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