Governments in drought-stricken countries must take urgent action to preserve water reserves and standardize supply.
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The Gulf countries, despite their vast oil wealth, have taken in hardly any refugees.
Morocco's drive to become a regional renewable-energy powerhouse offers a real option for economic development in other Arab countries.
Though women across the Middle East participated actively in the Arab Spring protests that began in late 2010, they remain second-class citizens.
Just over a year ago, the Arab Spring sparked dramatic change throughout the Arab world. Popular movements have brought a range of avowedly Islamist political parties to power, replacing the largely secular former regimes. What that will mean for these countries, and for the ...