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Marine biologists have long marvelled at the resilience of Red Sea coral to withstand rising temperatures. New initiatives have been drafted to utilise their strength as a way to protect aquatic environments across the region and the world.
A number of Arab countries were reliant on tourism before the disastrous COVID pandemic hit in January 2020. Two years on, these countries are faced with a catch-22: deter tourism to prevent climate catastrophe or entice tourism to aid growth.
Increasingly volatile climates have stunted honey production in the Gaza Strip, further hindering a long-practised tradition. With the profession threatened, and the Gazan authorities unwilling to aid, the future of Palestinian beekeeping is at stake
As Iran comes under increased pressure from geopolitical rivals regarding sanctions, oil, and the nuclear deal, it has turned to hard power to assert its regional influence and hide its nerves.
Whilst the main protagonists of the Iran-Iraq War have long departed, the seeds sowed by the conflict continue to have rippling effects for the region today. With Iranian soft power at unprecedented levels, what will the future hold for Iraq?
Water security has become a national matter in the MENA region where 12 of the 17 most water-stressed countries in the world are located. So what strategies are being employed by the GCC states to counter this threat?
Gaza's reliance against Israel's bombardments is well-known, but human costs of the Israeli blockade are prolonged by a environmental landscape struggling to be revived. As arguably Gaza's most reliable life-source, what will happen next?
After Joe Biden's election win, Syrians are waiting for signs that he will take a more considered approach towards the country's civil war.