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Monday March 14th 2011

Unrest in the Arab world
Oil markets and Arab unrest
Egypt and Tunisia
Britain in the Middle East
Unrest in the Middle East
A cartographic chronicle
Our coverage of the Middle East unrest told through maps
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What we're reading
Zero hour in Benghazi
(London Review of Books)
Why a Libyan no-fly-zone is worth the risks
(The Atlantic)
Why Middle East monarchies might hold on
(Shadi Hamid in The Atlantic)
Uncertain in Washington's dealings with the Arab world
(Aaron David Miller at Foreignpolicy.com)
Why the Saudi king should be worried
(Brian Whitaker at al-bab.com)
An odd calm in Beirut
(Marc Lynch at Foreignpolicy.com) 
The Middle East
Covering the unrest
A round-up of our reports on the change sweeping through the Middle East
Libya and the Iraq syndrome
Does their caution in Libya show that Americans will make war no more?
Aerospace in Israel
IAI takes wing
Israel’s biggest defence firm is getting ready for privatisation
Libya's bloody uprising
Audio: Beyond the regime
Tim Niblock, a professor of Middle Eastern politics, on the crisis in Libya
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