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Al Waref Institute is Supporting the Women for ArabNet 2010 Print E-mail

On March 25 & 26, ArabNet 2010 is the “first international conference for the Arab web industry, bringing together leaders from across the MENA, Europe and Silicon Valley to discuss cutting-edge trends and emerging opportunities.

What Became of the 'Freedom Agenda'? Print E-mail
Monday, 22 February 2010 09:31

by Francis Fukuyama
Courtesy Wall Street Journal
President Obama's recent drop in the polls has not been accompanied by a corresponding rebound in public opinion concerning the foreign policy of his predecessor George W. Bush.

Ambassador Samir Sumaida’ie: The Dedication to Beauty Print E-mail
Saturday, 30 January 2010 05:29

Al Waref Figure of the Month
by Jennifer Young, Al Waref Senior Editor

Al Waref Institute rejoices in the many contributions of artist, poet, statesman, businessman, and Ambassador Samir Shakir Mahmood Sumaida’ie, and recognizes him as the Figure of the Month for February.

Hawk of 2012 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 00:00


By Marah Bukai
Translated By Sulaf Al-Shaikhly
Edited by Harley Jackson
Saudi Arabia - Al-Yaum - Original Article (Arabic)

Mike Huckabee, a strong supporter of the conservative American right and a Republican candidate in the recent American presidential election, called for the nomination of former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney as a candidate for the next presidential election in 2012

The Two Faced Perceptions Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 January 2010 21:55

Al Waref Exclusive
By May Kosba
The clock counts down till zero, the New Year creeps in, million wishes and prayers ascend to the skies, calling for love, peace and stability to prevail. The world bids the New Year welcome with sheer optimism in the hopes that this year is better than the last

May Rihani: A World with More Justice! Print E-mail
Friday, 01 January 2010 18:35

Al Waref Exclusive
By Jennifer Young
Al Waref recognizes May Rihani as the Figure of the Month for January because ‎of her many contributions in the areas of educational and economic ‎development, women’s rights and equity, and community building. Her work on ‎the ground, research in the field, and written documentation and analysis of ‎policy have made Ms Rihani a leader in civil society, working for change and inspiring action in others.

The Test of Democracy in Iraq – Bargaining and Compromise Over the Elections Law Print E-mail
Tuesday, 05 January 2010 00:14

By Dr. Nimrod Raphaeli*
Under the Iraqi constitution, the next parliamentary elections should be held by the end of January 2010. However, the Elections Law which governed the 2005 elections needed to be revised and updated, and two issues in particular proved to be difficult and controversial.

No Guardianship Print E-mail

By Maliha Al Shehab
Originally published in Arabic in Al Watan

The institution of male guardianship in Saudi Arabia is the only measure that grants a Saudi woman the status of an existent, that gives her permission to exercise the right to life, that allows her to enjoy the pleasures of this world and be an active member of society.

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