In one of the richest countries of the world, oil-producing Kuwait, more than 100000 people live without a nationality, without rights, without healthcare. They are the Bidoon, the stateless. Who are they, and why don’t they have a passport, despite living in Kuwait all their lives?
Syria’s dictator Bashar al-Assad hasn’t been behaving much better than Gaddafi at using brutal methods against the protesters demanding democratic reforms. Yet the international community is much more reluctant to start a military intervention similar to the one in Libya. Let’s analyze the reasons for this hesitance.
United Explanations interviews two young Egyptians who witnessed an historical shift in his country. They lived the first transition of Egypt towards democracy. They explain us, from below, how Egyptian people felt and lived during the revolution, what we could’nt see on TV.
“Water mismanagement has often sprung from hyperactive politics and sluggish strategy; regional governments can no longer afford either one”. Find out the last findings of the report Clear Gold: Water as a Strategic Resource in the Middle East.