The Impact of the Arab Spring on the Energy Sector: Opportunities and Risks

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By Gawdat Bahgat In the late 2012 the Arab World looks very different from what it was just two years ago. The presidents of Tunisia,...
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Gaziantep: A Small Turkish City That Sets an Example for the World to Embrace...

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By Katarzyna Rybarczyk Turkey, home to about half of the total Syrian refugee population, hosts more Syrian refugees than any other country. The unique model...

Developing Change Competence for the African Environment

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By Franca Ovadje Leading change in Africa is fraught with a number of difficulties. To be successful in this context a deep understanding of the...

The Dirty War on Syria: No Popular Uprising

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By Tim Anderson The world has been deceived over the conflict in Syria. It was always a ‘regime change’ dirty war and never a popular...
Close-up of ore deposits (gold, coal & bauxite) and an old map of Africa

The Jihadi Gold Rush Fuels Violence in the Sahel Region

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By Katarzyna Rybarczyk Africa’s Sahel, a region separating the Sahara Desert to the north and savannas to the south, is notorious for widespread poverty and...
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Why to Use Solar Batteries?