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No matter what your beliefs, views, morals, ethics, economic principles, etc. are we all share in the desire to sustain life because we too are life. No matter what your beliefs, views, morals, ethics, economic principles, etc. are we all share in the desire to...read more
School climate strikes: why adults no longer have the right to object to their children taking radical action Rupert Read, University of East Anglia A worldwide wave of school climate strikes, begun by the remarkable Greta Thunberg, has reached the UK. Some critics...read more
“To confront environmental catastrophe, we need urgent political transformation.” Professes Laurie Laybourn-Langton in this article where he maintains that: It’s no longer climate change we’re living through. It’s environmental breakdown Getty In 1962, American...read more
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Since time immemorial, and all in the MENA region know that growth or rather the lack of it for centuries, has brought only dire consequences. Why has growth been the panacea to any development never questioned? Richard Heinberg, author and...read more
The following article as written by Gulcin Ozkan, Professor of Economics, University of York and Richard McManus, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Canterbury Christ Church University could in the context of the MENA region, be more inspirational than educational. It must...read more
Al Jazeera’s Business & Economy produced this article on how and why Diversification of Middle Eastern economies is more a political than an economic challenge. Why are Middle Eastern economies struggling to diversify? by Adeel Malik Why have Middle East's...read more
It isn't hyperbole to say that fossil-fuel executives are mass murderers. We should put them on trial for crimes against humanity. It’s Time to Try Fossil-Fuel Executives for Crimes Against Humanity By Kate Aronoff Then–US secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the former...read more
By Andrew Korybko in Oriental Review on February 7th, 2019. Saudi Arabia clinched 37 deals worth $53 billion after announcing that it intends to attract upwards of $426 billion in total over the next decade as it seeks to advance Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s...read more
Non-oil growth is on the up in Bahrain, where economic diversification efforts are under way. The picture above is that of Manama sea front © Shutterstock Construction, infrastructure fuel Bahrain's 2.4% non-oil growth by Oscar Rousseau 06 Feb 2019 Both sectors led...read more