Bashar Al Assad
According to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) report, the UAE achieved a 90 percent score in the 'Service Availability and Sophistication' category.
The United Arab Emirates has expressed its deep regret and condemnation of the recognition by the United States of the Syrian Golan Heights as sovereign Israeli territory, describing it as a move that disrupts all efforts to achieve a lasting peace in the Middle East.
Sheikh Mohamed welcomed the visit of the Syrian President, which comes within the framework of the two countries' keenness to continue consultation and coordination on various issues of interest.
In the swiftly changing scenario of international relations, UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan told visiting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, “Syria has been absent from its brothers for too long, and the time has come for it to return to them and to its Arab surroundings.” It is a bold call for Arab unity,
More parents are taking their children out of school for term-time holidays — according to a new report. Really, who can blame them? Of course I’d take my kids out of school during term time — have you seen the price of a week at Center Parcs this summer? A four-night stay in a three-bedroom New Style
The work-family balance topic is one of the dominant issues in American society, but you would not know this based upon the amount of attention it gets compared with immigration, guns, abortion, national defense, Social Security and Medicare, transportation, climate change and taxes. This is yet another sign
Feeding 8 billion people is a big task, and we’re not excelling at it. Our global food systems have become incredibly dysfunctional, failing on multiple fronts including human health, carbon emissions and pollution. A new research paper hints at something better but only if we pull every lever available to us.
Economics often teaches about the concept of “moral hazard,” wherein no guard against risk exists, thereby encouraging one party to continue to engage in risky behaviour. The idea gained prominence in the 2008 financial crisis when banks that were considered “too big to fail” had engaged in risky behaviour