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Qatar

Nowhere near as religious as its neighbour, Saudi Arabia, nor as bling-obsessed as nearby United Arab Emirates, Qatar has astutely observed the paths other Gulf states have chosen, and then cherry-picked what seems to work best…

  • Wed Jul 1 23:59:00 2009
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When the ice melts

What does the future hold? *Jess Worth* learns from five leading figures.…

  • Wed Jul 1 03:23:00 2009
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Iran’s ferment continues

Nasrin Alavi looks at claim and counter-claim over Neda’s death and the disputed election.…

  • Mon Jun 29 10:18:40 2009
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Neda: Iran's latest martyr

A young woman's death becomes a rallying-point as the Guardian Council endorses the election result.…

  • Tue Jun 23 06:04:05 2009
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Iran’s disputed landslide

Nasrin Alavi pores over the bizarre election results.…

  • Mon Jun 15 07:48:24 2009
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The next dynasty

Resource wars? Climate armageddon? What business-as-usual in China will mean for the rest of the world.…

  • Tue Jun 2 01:47:00 2009
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Inside the tent of an honest man

Zuhra Bahman meets the likeable – and unlikely – man who would be Afghanistan’s next president…

  • Fri May 29 08:50:00 2009
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Exploring Perl web frameworks

A couple of years ago I started looking at options to deliver common “front end” functionality for sites using Bricolage, the content-management system that is used at New Internationalist Initially, what I had in mind to provide this front-end functionality was a “swarm” of micro-applications, where each little application provided one simple, specific, function, e.g., user registration, comments on content, voting and rating, sharing content, etc…

  • Mon May 4 18:07:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

Phillip Smith

Phillip Smith…

  • Fri Dec 9 15:58:46 2016
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Victory, impunity and terror

Rahnuma Ahmed gives a cautious welcome to the result of the Bangladeshi election that brought an end to a two-year ‘state of emergency’.…

  • Tue Jan 13 04:04:00 2009
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