Monthly Archives: September 2008

Gender research in the Arab world

This November, DSG will host a conference on the production and dissemination of gender research in the Arab region. Research Associate Christine Assaad gets the conversation started with this oped. Advertisements

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Gulf states introduce quotas hoping to ease native unemployment

Gulf states are looking to ease unemployment among citizens by creating quotas and firing foreigners. A recent Washington Post article explores this trend and gets Nabil Ali Al Yousuf’s thoughts.

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UAE cracking down on Iranian businesses in Dubai

A Boston Globe article says that recent US pressures have caused the UAE to crackdown on Iranian businesses in Dubai.

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Foundation announces scholarships for DSG students

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation will offer a number of scholarships for students seeking to enroll in DSG’s MPA program.

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"The Land of Mosques and Bars"

DSG Dean Tarik Yousef is quoted this New York Times article on what it means to be young, Arab, and Muslim – and living in Dubai.

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New York Times visits Dubai School of Government

New York Times Magazine visited the Dubai School of Government, where Dan Shapiro, HLS and HMS faculty member, led a two-day course on negotiation. The article also includes a short interview with Nabil Ali Al Yousuf.

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