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Kingmakers, Invention of the Modern Middle East
STEVE ROYSTON: Book Review: Here you’ll find the Britons and Americans – proconsuls, agents provocateurs, spies, politicians – that shaped the Middle East.
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Internet ‘Enables Open Debate Between Religions’
MATTHEW SKINNER, JOSHUA STANTON, CGNEWS: People will disagree vehemently over religion but the internet provides a perfect environment for robust, honest discussion.
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Women Must Claim Their Place in ‘Arab Spring’
NATANA J. DELONG-BAS, CGNEWS: They have confronted Western stereotypes and achieved much – but will they actively participate actively in emerging democracies?