Tunisians oppose the IMF
The Tunisian working class’ fight against poverty, corruption and unemployment is ever more present. عربي
Does Jordan need nuclear energy?
Jordan hopes to become self-reliant with the creation of two nuclear power plants. However, in the future, there are...
Lebanon's shot at utopia
Understanding the shortcomings of Lebanon in the race for Mediterranean oil wealth. Just like Brazil, bad timing...
Bahrain’s attempts at subsidy reform
The burden of debt is being pushed onto the shoulders of citizens, and so subsidy reform may tip the delicate...
Published in: openDemocracyUKLatest inflation figures: 3 things you should know
There has been much cheering about Britain's drop in inflation from 2.1% to 2%. However, living standards are still...
How to deflate the carbon bubble
The fossil fuel industry hurts the climate – and the economy. In Norway, environmentalists and labour union...
You cannot ignore religion in social policy-making in the Middle East
Governments and global development agencies will do well in the formulation of new social protection and social...
The socio-economic foundations of Bahrain’s political crisis
A study of income inequality in Bahrain highlights the failure of the Government to extend its aid to those who need it most.