Economics

Libyan oil and its future. Part 2

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For a long time Libya did not enter into any new oil contracts with foreign investors, but it has not…

Inter-Arabic integration: a desert ephemera o...

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The Arab world is chronically falling behind the industrial leaders, and the hanging up in the stage of transition to…

Libyan oil and its future. Part 1

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Libyan oil has always been at the center of not only national interests, but also the interests of international oil…

The Arab World: Searching for Development Opt...

A certain share of those people shaping modern Arab thought speak openly about their doubts as to recognition of capitalism…

What does the future have in store for Arabia...

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Arab oil importers are faced with a hard life. In the foreseeable future, their existence will be strictly determined by…

What does the future have in store for Arabia...

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The oil exporting part of the Arab world, though seemingly homogeneous, carries within itself noticeable differences of the economic, political…

Hassan Rouhani: The Ultimate Hope

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On August 4 2013 the newly elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani has taken his oaths. A number of experts believe…

Iraqi Oil is Not in American Hands

The main players among foreign concerns taking control of Iraqi mineral resources are Asian companies. Given their enormous human resources…

The Myth of the Chinese Threat. Part 2

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Mass media persons are well aware of an interesting phenomenon: Any gibberish, presented in pseudo-scientific terms, evokes a sense of…

The Expansion of Qatari Liquefied Natural Gas...

Recently, amid reports concerning the supposed significant expansion of Qatar's liquefied natural gas (LNG) on world markets, a variety of…

The Myth of the Chinese Threat. Part 1

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Is there a Chinese threat? This question can be answered as follows: Any militarily strong state is a potential threat…

Afghanistan Natural Resources Secure Its Deve...

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Since the dawn of time Afganistan has been considered one of the poorest countries. Perhaps opium poppy and cannabis are…

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