United Arab Emirates
For a decade now, the United Arab Emirates and, in particular, the city-state of Dubai, have emerged as a rare success story in a troubled Arab world. It is a story of breakneck, even relentless development. But there is growing unrest among the hundreds of thousands of unskilled workers here who have built its skylines, crowded with one-fifth of the world's cranes.
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