The Arab World

So much the epicentre of many of the most vital global issues, the Arab world – along with its neighbours, Iran and Turkey – has for decades seen the ripples of its social, religious and political trends spread way beyond its homeland. But within the borders of this region – dominated as it is by as much cultural, religious and social variety as homogeneity – are communities whose lives and livelihoods bear little relation to the global issues by which its peoples are known. Many years spent living and working in the Arab world has provided Mark Huband with the opportunity to learn from its peoples as to how they see themselves, where it is that history and tradition can meet modernity and aspiration, and what next steps are likely as once-stagnant political life takes on a new shape in the wake of the Arab Spring.

Luxor ‘masterminds in Afghanistan exile’ - November 20, 1997
Luxor killings highlight role of economic reform - November 19, 1997
Egypt acts to stamp out Islamist attacks -
Gunmen kill 57 tourists in Egypt - November 18, 1997
Gunmen kill tourists in Cairo attack - September 19, 1997
THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN PARTNERSHIP: Emu offers opportunities -
Egypt’s militants rethink strategy - August 21, 1997
Handover needs some juggling - May 13, 1997
‘Pre-democratic’ struggles -
Tensions come to the fore as grip tightens -
80 die in Algerian massacres - April 7, 1997
Nile states look to new division of waters - February 27, 1997
Martial law extended in Egypt - February 25, 1997
Mubarak eyes opportunity to make the desert bloom - January 10, 1997
Islamists come to fore in Somalia - September 26, 1992
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