Tag: Saudi Arabia

Towards a greener transformation: The challenge of ending oil dependency

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Oil prices are for another time on the increase after an epidemic and a price competition sent them tumbling in 2020. We are amid the new...

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OPEC, the Saudis and the future of oil

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The recent rift between the oil kings of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is an indication of the things that are coming...

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Unravelling the China-Iran Agreement: What lies ahead for the Middle East?

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By signing a 25-year cooperation agreement with Iran, China has dynamically made its presence felt in the Middle East. The oil-rich and...

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Oil, markets and revolution: the end of resource dependence as we know it

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Over the course of human history, empires have toppled and kings have risen and fallen at the feet of one of the most disputed and valued...

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The Awakening of the Oil Kings

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If you lay down any map, and try to find a region that is not close to some oil fields or that does not have immediate access to some sort...

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The Qatar Diplomatic Crisis

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Introduction: The underlying tensions between Qatar and its three neighbors has been going on for more than two decades. What is the event,...

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