Travel writer Stephan Orth went to Saudi Arabia with a tourist visa and shares what he experienced as a couchsurfer. He pointed out the fantastic hospitality. Stephan Orth wollte testen wie ernst #SaudiArabien es mit seiner Tourismus Offensive meint. Hier sein „Test...
This month ASDA’A BCW, a public relations consultancy, presented its 12th Arab Youth Survey. The annual survey is an independent study on Arab youth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and their opinions on a range of subjects. Conducted by interviewing...
For statesmen worldwide would not mind a crystal ball that tells them how they can fix economies and societies after the Corona crisis. The fear is big for economic collapse and loss. Carmen Haddad, CEO of Citi SaudiArabia is a voice that sees KSA’s future positively.
CarnegieMEC Badr Alseif reflects on how history and current development strategy defined Saudi Arabia’s handling of the crisis.
He states the different approaches taken by Saudi and Iran protecting religious sites.
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A piece of writing worth a read aiming to explain the new balance of power: Europeans can shift the power in the Gulf in their favor.
Read how Saudi Arabia is expanding its view on the world of art.
I came across this article published by the London School of Economics written by Saudi researcher Aisha Al-Sarihi. I liked the piece because it combines three important factors for the future of Saudi economy; women, energy and employment. And shows how changing mindset is important to realize economic development in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi State Minister for Foreign Affairs Adel Jubeir took part in a discussion at British think thank Chatham House. It is interesting to witness Mr. Al Jubeir, a seasoned foreign affairs expert, how handled the discussion with reasonable arguments.