Tag Archives: GCC

Two Oxford post-graduates discuss labour migration in the UAE – the challenges and responses.

The GCC region is the most popular destination for temporary labour migrants of any world region, and flows have continued to increase over the past three decades. In a recent article on the website of┬áthe Washington based Migration Policy Institute, … Continue reading

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EU and GCC search for common ground, but the relationship still lacks vision.

Despite co-operation on a number of technical issues EU-GCC relations in the past have lacked vision and vigor. OxGAPS Forum Special Correspondent contributed this op-ed following the meeting in Brussels last week of officials from the two blocs. The European … Continue reading

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To What Extent Is Twitter Changing Gulf Societies?

In this article, which was first published last year in the magazine “State of the region”, of Cairo’s Al Ahram Centre, Jane Kinninmont, Senior Research Fellow at Chatham House, looks at how, in the absence of more traditional form of … Continue reading

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