Monthly Archives: March 2016
Response to “Lessons for the GCC” About the European Union #Migration #Regulation
Senior Research Fellow Omar Al Ubaydli outlines the lessons that the Gulf Cooperation Council countries may learn from the United Kingdom’s experience with the European Union–specifically the migration and regulatory experiences. He uses the Eurozone framework to compare and contrast … Continue reading
Remember the Syrian Electronic Army
Sadly, the so-called Islamic State struck again–this time in Brussels–to claim31 lives and injuring over 270 others. Yes, we realize that the tragic irony is the so-called Islamic State targets Muslims just as brutally–but with less media attention and solidarity … Continue reading
Were Economic Issues the Driving Force For Higher Voter Turnout in #IranElections2016?
What would you rather ponder: the first set of elections after almost four decades of sanctions…or a theory of why a so-called group–whose name will forever not be named in the header of this blog– is gaining more recruits? Fine, … Continue reading