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Will Rivers of Peace Flow in the Middle East?

Sandeep Waslekar, President of Strategic Foresight Group

By Sundeep Waslekar The final phase of the conflict in Syria will be about the control of the Euphrates. The territory on theEastern side of the river is under the effective command of YPG, the Kurdish armed group antithetical to Turkey. The territory on the Western bank is governed by …

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Paperless business trade future and benefits. ‎

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With technology, the traditional paper based banking is about to completely disappear and ‎becoming with time paperless transactional handled. Internet banking for example made it easier ‎for business to handle transactions, using ATMs was a revolution, mobile banking etc.. but how ‎would this continue with the advance tech? what is …

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Falling Walls Young Innovators of the Year 2018 – These are the winners

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Falling Walls Young Innovators of the Year 2018: Prevention of surgical mistakes, Braille-reader-gloves and nano-fiber filters. These are the winning ideas at this year’s Falling Walls Lab Finale. Berlin, 9 November 2018. Yesterday at the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin,100 participants from 57 countries presented their current research projects, ideas and …

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Mental health in Yemen: Save the Children speaks with children that survived school bus attack

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“I feel my friend’s pain and my pain. I don’t feel anything else” 12-year-old Yemeni boy in severe distress following deadly school bus attack in Saada A generation of children in need of mental health support to avert lifelong psychological damage, warns Save the Children   Sanaa, 15 October – …

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New Management of Blue Peace in the Middle East

Opening session of Blue Peace Meeting, Stockholm

Strategic Foresight Group (SFG) announced the creation of a new mechanism for regional cooperation on water resources in the Middle East to be fully owned and driven by experts in the region, building on the decade long Blue Peace Initiative. Leading water experts from the Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey have …

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World Water Week opens in Stockholm with a call for more nature-based solutions

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 Stockholm ‎ ‎ Poor water management and stressed ecosystems cause poverty and violent conflicts. To avoid a ‎global water crisis, more nature-based solutions are urgently needed. These were key themes ‎during the inauguration of World Water Week 2018, which has brought world leaders, water ‎experts, development professionals and business representatives …

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Yemen organizes first training to empower the scientific press

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Omar AL-Hayani, a science journalist from Yemen and a board member of the Arab Science Journalists Association (ASJA), reports on a three-day training project that was launched this April for  125 journalists covering environmental issues, climate change and the future of renewable energy “Training workshops on the scientific press and …

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ICANN’ s role in online freedom of expression

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By: Abdulrahman M. Abotaleb “Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of …

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68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: 600 Young Scientists to Encounter a Record 43 Nobel Laureates

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The selection process for participation at this year’s Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting has been completed. A total of 600 outstanding students, doctoral candidates and post-docs under the age of 35 will come to Lake Constance from 24 to 29 June. This year’s meeting is dedicated to physiology and medicine and …

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Half of Yemenis Have Solar Panels

Half of Yemenis Have Solar Panels

Fifty-one percent of Yemenis access electricity either fully or mostly using solar panels, according to the findings of a study conducted by PERCENT in January 2017 on a national sample of 1,000 respondents in all Yemeni governorates. The reliance on solar panels as a source of energy has significantly increased …

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