Saudi Arabia & the United Arab Emirates’ deepening intervention

The BROOKINGS’s ORDER FROM CHAOS published on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 this proposed article written by Daniel L. Byman, Senior Fellow – Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy ( dbyman ) who in an Editor’s Note argues that Saudi Arabia & the United Arab Emirates’ deepening intervention in Yemen is the triumph of hope over experience. The result […]

Gulf Arab neighbours Footballing away any Compromise

Simon Chadwick, Professor of Sports Enterprise, University of Salford explains how the still on-going dispute between the Arab Gulf neighbours not only endures but manages to affect every aspect of their respective life. We did previously dwell, as in Saudi Arabia’s standoff with Qatar continues, on the issue that is more of a financial affair […]

IMF staff commending Somalia to implement important reforms

Somalia, as everyone knows, has gone through traumatic times and is now settling down to normality with the help of not only its neighbouring countries but most notably by the IMF. As a matter of fact, the IMF staff commending Somalia to implement important reforms was expected but confronting Somalia’s challenging conditions and implement the […]

Here’s how International Law could be used to help Palestinians

Here’s how International Law could be used to help Palestinians and allow them sustain a decent life on their ancestral land. In this article of Alice Panepinto of Queen’s University Belfast, it is clearly demonstrated how local indigenous people can stand for their rights. A tiny West Bank village is due to be demolished: here’s […]

Saudi Arabia’s standoff with Qatar continues

Saudi Arabia’s standoff with Qatar continues – and Donald Trump has made it worse By Beverley Milton-Edwards, Queen’s University Belfast The crisis that erupted between a Saudi-led bloc of Arab states and Qatar led to the tiny Emirate facing an attack on them that was unprecedented. A full year later, the crisis is still unresolved. Read […]

The ‘Mo Salah Effect’ is real as Egyptian king

The ‘Mo Salah Effect’ is real as Egyptian king of Liverpool’s Anfield team and fans alike. The same effect is felt in the 25 year old football player’s native country and possibly in the whole of the Middle East. The ‘Mohamed Salah Effect’ is real – my research shows how he inspires Egyptian youth Solava […]