Tag Archives: Menschenrechte

Twelve Weeks at Riad

Christina/ September 15, 2020/ Culture

Practicing tolerance to ambiguity: this is how “Twelve week at Riad” that is the name of the book written by the German journalist Susanne Koebl. The subheading could go like: “Why the West believes more in lucrative orders than human rights”. Instead it is as follows: “Saudi-Arabia between dictatorship and breakup”. Is this really a question of either … or?

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Human uncertainty: a particular problem of the Arabic states?

Christina/ September 27, 2009/ Culture

The Arab Human Development Reports (brief: ADHR) are being published by the United Nations, however they are written by independent Arabic intellectuals and academics. The United Nations state that the reports are autonomous written by a representative group of selected representatives of the region, self-critical and kept in perspective. The results are completed by an opinion poll in four Arabic

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