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Capitalism's Achilles Heel: Dirty Money and How to Renew the Free-Market System
Prologue. Chapter 1: Global Capitalism: Savior or Predator? PART I: Illegality: We Like the Money. Chapter 2: Playing the Game. The Dirty-Money User Manual. You're in Business. Chapter 3: Dirty MoneyExpand
Egypt's Uncertain Revolution Under Nasser and Sadat
Sadat and After: Struggles for Egypt's Political Soul
Most analyses of Egyptian politics present the limitations and failures of official political life as the complete story of politics in Egypt. Raymond Baker's direct observation of Egyptian politicsExpand
The biggest loophole in the free‐market system
Flight capital is a $100 billion business. While the United States and Western Europe shy away from restricting the entry of illegal capital in their economies, rogue regimes around the world thriv...
Islam without Fear: Egypt and the New Islamists
For the last several decades an influential group of Egyptian scholars and public intellectuals has been having a profound effect in the Islamic world. Raymond Baker offers a compelling portrait ofExpand
Marketing in Nigeria
Tropical Africa is unlike any other part of the world, and the problems of understanding the commercial systems of the area can be frustrating. Various physical, economic, and social factors lead toExpand
Cultural cleansing in Iraq : why museums were looted, libraries burned and academics murdered
Dedication Preface Part I: Formulating and Executing the Policy of Cultural Cleansing 1 - Introduction Raymond W. Baker (Trinity College, USA and the American University in Cairo, Egypt) Shereen T.Expand
Screening Islam: Terrorism, American Jihad and the New Islamists
Postulant que les medias sont un lieu privilegie du politique dans la societe de reseau emergente, l'A. analyse les representations de l'islam dans les medias dominants de l'Occident. Il centre sonExpand
Dirty Money: What the Underworld Understands that Economists Do Not
Economists’ Voice January, 2007 © The Berkeley Electronic Press E conomists have neglected what business executives, drug lords, and terrorists have not: the importance of dirty money. By dirtyExpand