Under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence in the United Arab Emirates, the book “Bahrain-Emirati Strategic Partnership .. Legacy of the Past .. Challenges of the Future .. Future Opportunities” was launched.
Several traditionally conflicting Middle Eastern powers are poised to launch ambitious energy partnerships. Can renewed economic ties contribute to repairing politically and socially strained relationships?
Following the freezing of contacts between the two sides for more than two years, this first round of NATO-Russia dialogue, held on January 12, 2022, could see the start of future dialogue and the potential resumption of diplomatic relations.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ conviction of fraud is the latest example of a powerful individual being held accountable for greed-induced crimes. It could be argued that in order for the region to increase international investors, everyone needs to start playing by the same rules.
Although hybrid learning has helped improve inclusivity with geographical remoteness and physical challenges no longer preventing students from learning, the assessment poses a risk to these gains as the best assessment methods are inherently exclusionary.
With the importance of the current nuclear negotiations between Iran and Western countries, and whether the previous agreement is revived or a new agreement is concluded, it is inaccurate to reduce the Arab Gulf countries' concerns to the nuclear issue.
Derasat to host the first Global Think Tanks Summit in the region, in collaboration with the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at The Lauder Institute, University of Pennsylvania, 5-7 December 2021.
The article highlights the main discussions of the 17th Regional Security Summit, organized by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS); an important platform to present official insights on the security developments taking place in the Arab Gulf region.
Every year when the economics Nobel Prize gets announced, a media mob assembles to attack the economics profession. Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli claims that some criticisms may be warranted but many are simply wrong.