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Measuring the impact of war on Syria is an ongoing challenge as the conflict continues to devastate the lives of people and their communities....
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It is beyond doubt that rankings have become a significant part of the tertiary education landscape, both globally and locally.   In this landscape,...
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Over the past several years much has been written about the significant potential for solar energy generation in the Middle East and North Africa,...
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France has just hosted COP21 to a very successful conclusion: the 2015 Paris Agreement. This achieved consensus among 196 countries on the most...
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The Syrian crisis has now become one of the largest humanitarian crises of our time. The numbers are staggering. About half of the Syrian pre-...
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Nov 24, 2015 / 0 Comments
STORY HIGHLIGHTS Morocco’s vision of inclusive green growth is based on better management of natural resources to generate more jobs, value and...
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Morocco is poised to make history soon — when the first phase of one of the world’s largest concentrated solar power plants starts generating...
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Twin suicide bombers in Beirut were followed the very next day by the coordinated attacks in Paris. These were preceded by news reports that “more...
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The ‘social contract’ is an idea that dates back to the ancient Greeks, and refers to the implicit agreement among members of a society that defines...
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Roughly half of the World’s 60 million plus displaced people - 19 million refugees and 41 million internally displaced people (IDPs) - are female....

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