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The President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is in the habit of promising vast amounts of money, often impulsively, either to fulfill his own populist instincts for the country or to stoke the fires of conflicts regionally. Recently, fifty Iranian economists published a report criticizing the...
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Consumption plays an important role in economics, environmentalism and geographical analysis, but we are not about to engage our readers in the full theory of consumption. Rather, we wish to highlight one type of consumption that illustrates the many tragic dilemmas facing the Iraqi people. The...
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The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) is launching a new media instrument-the MEMRI Economic Blog. As such, two questions may come readily to one’s mind: Why an economic blog? And why launch one now? There are gaps-some would say large gaps-in the Western media of coverage of...
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The readers of this blog should have noticed by now our unstinting coverage of the impressive leaps, both forward and upward, that seem to characterize the economic development of the city-state of Dubai. This coverage also reflects the editor’s profound and indelible personal impressions...
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