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At a ‘Defense’ Expo, an Antiseptic World of Weaponry
The event, the International Defense Exhibition and Conference, or IDEX, is the largest show of its kind in the Middle East,
and it had the feel of a high-end arms bazaar, a megamall where men in dark suits browsed Estonian drones, Chinese tanks, Brazilian amphibious vehicles and guns from all over.
“They can buy from China and it’s good enough.” As a Middle East correspondent, during visits to Gaza, Syria, Iraq
and Yemen I have seen up close the human cost to communities on the receiving end of many of these weapons.
The exhibition served to promote Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, which has distinguished itself
as a regional hub for international business at a time when wars and uprisings have upended other Arab states.
Standing next to a real-life tank, Ji Yanzhao, deputy director for marketing at Norinco, said
that his company was targeting the Middle Eastern market, which is why it had brought not one but two armored vehicles to display.
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Serbia showed off armored vehicles, rockets
and rifles, and drew in passers-by with a video showing soldiers shooting targets to action movie music.
Much of that traffic was in the Middle East, where wars are raging in Syria, Iraq, Libya
and Yemen, and where Persian Gulf states like Saudi Arabia have beefed up their arsenals because of worries about Iran.
Creating a Stylish World for Children With Autism
“He never really plays with toys,” she said, “so the most important items were active things, the swings and bean bag chairs and climbing mats.”
The friends of Wolf & Friends have their own blog, with articles on subjects like the uses of dollhouses for socially impaired children (complete with a cute dollhouse)
and articles about raising a child with Down syndrome and what it’s like to be the sibling of someone who is different.
For example, a blog post about having a designated place for your child to do schoolwork leads to half a dozen adorable wood desks but also includes a few words from a psychologist — “Neuroimaging clearly shows
that individuals” with attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder “have different pathways of communication in the brain when compared with ‘typical’ individuals” — and an explication of the importance of modeling organization to children with A. D.D.
I sent some parents with special-needs children to look at Wolf & Friends, and there was a good deal of oohing-and-aahing at the concept and its aesthetics,
but also more than a few protests that the site was too pricey.
(Before having children, Mrs. Tozzi was a publicist
and celebrity-wrangler, and Mrs. Mann was a photo editor; they became friends while working together at Cosmo Girl.)