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By Manal Quota*   Zeid Bin Haritha is a school in the Jordanian village of Yarqa. In this school, you’ll witness tiny overcrowded classrooms, old...
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By Jumana Al Aref*   This blog was written prior to the current conflict in Gaza and serves as a reminder of the critical importance of education,...
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By Guido Zebisch*   ARABTERM is a quadrilingual technical dictionary offering glossaries in German, English and French and especially, the...
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Egypt, Tunisia, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan, Yemen and Libya are trapped in a “poor policy – poor growth” cycle, which prevents their economies from moving...
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To read the blog authored by World Bank President Jim Kim for Bloomberg View titled "Seven Steps to Surviving a Disaster" please click here: http://...
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Beirut, Rabat and Tunis:  New studies evaluate the cost of environmental degradation due to solid waste mismanagement   By *Hervé Lévite   Solid...
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By Casey Weston*   Living in Marseille should give those of us working at the Center for Mediterranean Integration a unique perspective on the MENA...
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By Manjula Luthria*   When US-born 24-year old aspiring physician Ms. Nina Davuluri was crowned Miss America in September last year, she inspired a...
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By Paul Scott Prettitore*   Family Code Reforms Set Grounds for Gender Equality    In 2004, the Government of Morocco made major amendments to its...
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This article is the third in a 3 part blog series on brain drain in the context of international labor mobility. Its aim is to question the...

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