A Growing Arab Middle Class Makes a Home in Jewish Cities

A Growing Arab Middle Class Makes a Home in Jewish Cities
This is what's happening in Afula, for example, where 43 Arab families won a tender from the Israel Land Authority to build houses, provoking objections by city residents. Some 16,000 Arabs are estimated to be living in 16 cities not officially defined …
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Goldcorp's El Sauzal Mine Achieves Cyanide Code Decertification
It was developed under the United Nations Environment Programme with the goal of safeguarding human health and the environment by promoting responsible management of cyanide used in gold mining. … mineral reserves and resources and metallurgical …
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HRDF comes in for severe criticism in Shoura
RIYADH: Members of the Shoura Council launched a scathing criticism of the Human Resources Development Fund, claiming the fund has spent hundreds of millions of riyals on studies and regulations pertaining to the fight against unemployment and …
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Special Warfare: The Missing Middle in US Coercive Options

Special Warfare: The Missing Middle in US Coercive Options
Special warfare has particular relevance to the current global security environment as policymakers seek options short of large-scale intervention to manage both acute crises (e.g., ISIL, Ukraine) and chronic challenges (e.g., insurgency in the …
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The Death Squad Dilemma: Counterinsurgency Policy and the Salvadoran Model
This paper examines the death squad issue from a scholarly and real-world perspective. It analyzes a number of cases, especially El Salvador. It builds upon recent scholarly research. It applies the findings to develop a more comprehensive framework …
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How To Recruit America's New Allies In Syria
"Stopping Ebola is a priority for the United States," Obama said in his address to the U.N. "We'll do our part. We will … But the questions in this newly announced war on Ebola are now are twofold: Will personnel and resources reach West Africa …
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