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Turkey missile deal shows China’s growing Mideast clout – Reuters

By Peter Apps LONDON | Wed Oct 16, 2013 2:34am EDT LONDON (Reuters) – China’s likely sale of sophisticated missiles to Turkey over the objections of its NATO allies might have angered Washington and other capitals, but it should not have been a surprise. Even as the U.S. has spent billions of dollars and lost […]

Turkey missile deal shows China’s growing Mideast clout – Reuters

By Peter Apps LONDON | Wed Oct 16, 2013 2:34am EDT LONDON (Reuters) – China’s likely sale of sophisticated missiles to Turkey over the objections of its NATO allies might have angered Washington and other capitals, but it should not have been a surprise. Even as the U.S. has spent billions of dollars and lost […]

Shimmers of Mideast Hope – Consortium News

Shimmers of Mideast Hope – Consortium News

In the face of sustained injustice, there is an understandable desire to detect hopeful signs of change, small victories that boost the spirits of those fighting to make things better. But those shimmers of hope can often prove to be mirages in the harsh geopolitical desert of the Middle East, warns Lawrence Davidson. By Lawrence […]

In a Mideast Water Project, Hope and Realism – New York Times

In a Mideast Water Project, Hope and Realism – New York Times

Re “In a Polluted Stream, a Pathway to Peace” (Op-Ed, Oct. 10): Jeff Wheelwright has good intentions, but his ideas don’t reflect the on-the-ground realities. During my time working for the Civil Administration, a branch of the Israeli Defense Ministry that coordinates civilian and humanitarian projects in the West Bank in collaboration with international organizations, […]

Asia-Pacific oil imports by 2035 to rise close to Mideast 2011 crude output – ADB – Reuters

Mon Oct 14, 2013 12:59am EDT * Asia-Pacific needs $11 trillion energy investment 2010-2035 * Natural gas to see fastest demand growth at 3.9 pct/yr * Transport to lead primary energy demand growth By Florence Tan DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA Oct 14 (Reuters) – Net oil imports in the Asia-Pacific will rise to more than 25 […]

Columbus business Astute Solutions gets product pipeline to Mideast – Columbus Dispatch

Do you want a car that automatically stops and starts to help you save gas? General Motors is betting that you do. The 2014 Chevrolet Malibu is the first in its segment that comes with a standard engine that has “stop-start” technology, the company says. The updated Malibu, which arrived at dealers in mid-September, shuts […]

Asia-Pacific oil imports by 2035 to rise close to Mideast 2011 crude output: ADB – Business Recorder

Asia-Pacific oil imports by 2035 to rise close to Mideast 2011 crude output: ADB – Business Recorder

Posted by Shoaib-ur-Rehman Siddiqui 3 DAEGU: Net oil imports in the Asia-Pacific will rise to more than 25 million barrels per day in 2035, or close to the current crude output in the Middle East, as energy demand growth outpaces the rest of the world, the Asian Development Bank said on Monday. Asia-Pacific nations will […]

North Dakota oil could rival output in mideast – The Desert Sun

North Dakota oil could rival output in mideast – The Desert Sun}

Hands Off: A New Approach to the Mideast Peace Process – Algemeiner

Hands Off: A New Approach to the Mideast Peace Process – Algemeiner

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, and Palestinian Chief Negotiator Saeb Erekat. Photo: State Department. Quick, gather round — I’ve found the solution to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. I do, at least, have an original suggestion toward that end, and that’s something that has proved just as elusive since 1948. It’s […]

Nur now in MidEast? – Philippine Star

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