The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), and Leaders Middle East magazine hosted the first Power Women of Arabia Debate which welcomed distinguished participants and prominent female leaders to debate on current matters around women empowermen
Some of the most powerful women in business, government, philanthropy, culture and society will come together to discuss issues related to women in leadership, empowerment, entrepreneurship and the role of women in society.
A team of five young Bahrain-based debaters left for the annual World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC) in Singapore yesterday (July 27).
The St Christopher’s School students are believed to be the first team from Bahrai
A proposal by a Kuwaiti lawmaker to limit the number of expatriates in the country by asking 20 per cent of foreigners to leave every year has sparked a heated debate.
Under the plan proposed by Abdullah Al Tamimi 1.35 million exp
President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday he had chosen a cabinet to overcome Iran's economic crisis and diplomatic isolation as parliament began debating whether to approve his proposed ministers.
"Your vote of confidence
Capital Club Bahrain, the Kingdom's premier private business club and a member of the Enshaa group of companies, has launched the first debate of its 2013 series, kicking off with the motion Women Are Their Own Worst Enemy.
A day after a muted performance in a presidential debate, US President Barack Obama fought back against Republican rival Mitt Romney on Thursday and the Democrat's re-election campaign vowed to learn lessons from the setback.
Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama on Wednesday of promoting "trickle-down government" policies that are burdening the US economy, as the Republican candidate sought to use a high-stakes debate to right his struggling campaign
By 2035, global demand for energy will increase by almost 40 per cent, and currently more than 1.5 billion people worldwide are without access to electricity, said experts at a debate hosted by DuPont in Sao Paulo.
Defining a future energy
A proposal to stop people without degrees from running for parliament has sparked a debate over what people want from their MPs.
The Gulf Daily News, our sister publication, had reported last month that new constitutional amendments could