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9, No. 1, 1980, pp. 67–83. Bibliography 41 Suleiman, Khalid, “Wa Bayna al-Fan wa-l-Siyasa wa ‘Amarat Yacoubian Akthar al-Kutub Mabi’an” (“Between Art and Politics: The Yacoubian Building Is the Bestselling Book”), Al-Sharq al-Awsat, February 21, 2007. UNDP—see United Nations Development Programme. UNESCO—see United Nations Educational, Scientiﬁc, and Cultural Organization. United Nations Development Programme, Regional Bureau for Arab States, Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, The Arab Human Development Report 2002: Creating Opportunities for Future Generations, New York, 2002.
S. oﬃcials shared this point of view. ” Kennan also discounted the laboring and peasant classes as unable to exert much pressure on the regime and highly unlikely to pay attention to material from foreign sources. S. propaganda. According to Kennan, the intelligentsia was made up of writers, journalists, artists, musicians, scientists, engineers, managers of industrial trusts, and army oﬃcers. They were somewhat removed from the power structure, but their ideas, according to Kennan, had an overall eﬀect on the direction of society, and, therefore, they might, in subtle ways, impose restrictions on Soviet and Eastern European policies.
Barriers to the Broad Dissemination of Creative Works in the Arab World by Lowell H. Schwarts