For a change, good news from Arabia   

For a change, good news from Arabia  

By Bernd Debusmann Good news from the Arab world is an increasingly rare commodity. But there are exceptions. Take the United Arab Emirates, where a determined drive is underway to close the knowledge gap with the West and restore Arab learning to its past glory. The...
For a change, good news from Arabia   

Saudi-led war wreaks havoc in Yemen

By Alistair Lyon A year ago, Saudi Arabia and its allies unleashed a Western-backed military intervention in Yemen’s civil war. It has gone horribly, and predictably, wrong. Twelve months of bombing, backed by a naval blockade and some ground troops, have failed...
For a change, good news from Arabia   

Giulia and the complexity that surrounds us

Name: Giulia Di Domenico Birth place: Milan, Italy Age: 25 Occupation: Freelance translator for Blue Heron Research Partners and job seeker Languages: English, Italian and working on my Arabic Currently reading: “Island Beneath the Sea” by Isabel Allende...
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