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First Karolinska Institutet students travelling to Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia. A country that spikes interest and curiosity in people for many reasons. If you haven’t read my first introduction blog, I was not only raised in Sweden but also the capital city of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. 713 more words


Shukkran, Saudi students

This past Friday, some of the Saudi students at Robert Morris University showed off the best of their country.

Of course, because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Saudi National Day celebration at RMU took place online. 306 more words

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When is a summit not a summit?

This is a more important question than you might gather. You see we accept the meaning of summit “a meeting between heads of government”, yet the entire virtual thing is not really a setting that most governments are happy with. 766 more words


In Pakistan’s eyes Turkey leads Islamic world

Turkey is channeling its imperial past to assert its status as the ideological and cultural leader of the Muslim world

It is unlikely for an active Facebook user from South Asia not to have noticed a very prominent and spontaneous boom of local fan pages and laudatory groups dedicated to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this year. 2,041 more words


Saudi National Day Balloons

A few days ago was the 90th birthday celebration here in Saudi Arabia. Green and white are the colors of the Saudi flag, so there were green and white decorations everywhere. 10 more words


Gulf Nations Are Desperate For Higher Oil Prices

(Reuters) – Gulf nations led by Saudi Arabia have been putting on a brave face and touting the strength of their economies, claiming they can withstand any scale of shocks… 1,054 more words