Home Page - Gulf in the Media
HomePoliticsEconomy                               Set Gulfinthemedia.com as home page
"Postings of opinions published in the Gulf and international newspapers
 Print  Send This Page
Save Listen to this Article
Record Not Available
Limit the number of expats who own cars
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-21
Author : Omar Abdullah Khayyat
Saudis are no longer content with having one car. Each family has at least three cars: one for the wife, the second for the man of the house and the...
Medical insurance companies are only interested in making a profit
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-21
Author : Fahd Bin Jleid
The Health Insurance Council recently presented on a golden plate a new opportunity for insurance companies to delay treating individuals by requiring members of the public to disclose whether they...
Yemen's hour of truth
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-21
Author : Andrew Bowen
In the wake of Houthis' attempted attacks on US naval vessels, the cease-fire, first agreed by Yemen's President Mansour Hadi and then by the Houthis, went into effect shortly after...
Economic ties require more than good intentions
Source : Oman Daily Observer  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Ali Al Matani
The long-established relations between Oman and Iran are currently going through a very promising and critical phase. More efforts should be made and more steps should be taken to enhance...
JASTA: Seeds of anarchy in international relations
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Ibrahim Al-Othaimeen
Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is a law passed by the US Congress, which allows civil lawsuits to be heard in US courts by families of victims of...
The worst airport in the world
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Abdu Khal
I almost laughed when I read the news that the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) was surprised by a recent report that rated King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) in...
Syria's darkest hour
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Javier Solana
The conflict in Syria becomes more complex every day that it continues, and the country’s prospects have gotten only worse. The daily horrors that Aleppo's besieged citizens are now experiencing...
Mosul: Say no to sectarian rhetoric
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Abdulrahman al-Rashed
The fall of Mosul into the hands of Daesh two years ago came as a shock. Iraq’s former Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki relinquished power even though the world thought it...
Seeing Trump through the eyes of an Arab American
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-20
Author : Ray Hanania
Despite having a substantial voting presence in America over the past half century, Arab Americans face a cynical choice when it comes to voting for president....
UAE a world leader - Safety, tolerance … innovation
Source : Arab Times  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : Khalaf Ahmed Al Habtoor
I am delighted and very proud that my homeland, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been recognized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as the third safest country out of...
'A united GCC can only stand winds of change'
Source : Arab Times  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : Intisaar Al-Ma'tooq
After the withdrawal of British colonial administration from the Arabian Gulf, there was political and security vacuum in the Gulf and it was feared that it will be filled through...
Mosul will fall again, but at a great cost
Source : The Peninsula  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : Tallha Abdulrazaq
The Battle for Mosul (as it will undoubtedly be known once historians write their books) finally began in earnest in the early hours of October 17 after months of shaping...
JASTA - just a poll gimmick?
Source : Gulf Today  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : N. Janardhan
The US Congress voted in late September to override a presidential veto on a law that will allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, which has triggered a...
Liberation of Mosul does not mean the end of Daesh
Source : Khaleej Times  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : Simon Mabon
After weeks of speculation about an attempt to retake the city of Mosul from Daesh, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi proclaimed the start of the offensive. "God willing, the decisive...
How best to reduce burden of primary school children?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-19
Author : Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim Almulhim
Why are our primary school children afraid of school? I am sure carrying heavy bags full of books is one of the reasons. They are forced to bring the books...
Total 200 Results in 14 Pages
For more news, views and reports about this topic, please subscribe
to GRC website: www.grc.net
Tue Oct 25, 2016| 23-محرم-1438هـ
Iraq forces press on Mosul assault
GCC and Russia ministers discuss ways to ensure oil market stability
Joint Gulf exercise to test Special Forces' combat readiness
Larijani urges dialogue to end regional conflicts
Mohamed, May discuss Syria and region
Qatar's GDP grows 2.5% in second quarter this year
Swedish PM lauds KSA's drive to empower women
Tightening liquidity still a challenge to GCC economies
World must do everything to end Aleppo massacre, says French FM
Yemen coup militias don't want peace
China retains lead position in importing Oman Crude
Bahrain, India to hold security talks
GCC parliamentarians lobby for IPU resolution on JASTA - Al-Kandari
US vote between 'bad and worse': Rouhani
BRICS bank's 'green' financing initiative laudable
Ceasefire violations by Houthis deplorable
All eyes on Mosul, Aleppo
Arab lives matter!
GCC Banking Sector Quarterly - 2Q16
GCC Markets Performance - July 2016
    GCC Press Agencies
Day's main stories from the GCC Press Agencies
    GRC Analysis
The Benefits of NATO-GCC Strategic Ties
The GCC and the EU's New Global Strategy
For the GCC States, a different Europe to deal with
    GRC Commentary
Earth Day 2016: The Promised Day
An Evolving Saudi-US Relationship
Water and Jobs: Hitting Two Birds with One Stone!
    GRC Press Release
Gulf Research Center press releases to the media
    GRC Publications
Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities for the GCC Countries
Salalah: The Economic Development and Spatial Fragmentation of a Globalized Port City in Southern Oman
Domestic Ramifications of the JCPOA for Iran
    GRC Newsletters/Bulletins

Enter your email to get the Newsletter
A Note on Syrian Refugees in the Gulf: Attempting to Assess Data and Policies
Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | About Us |
Weather | Qibla Directions | Hijri Date Conversion Tool
Full Page :total time:0  |   52-- 52 Middle Page :0  --   | Right : 52 - 52--en--sess-enreq-en-coming