What happens to labor migrants, predominantly in the Gulf region, when they are forced to return home?
Value-added and excise taxes offer Gulf Arab states narrow fiscal levers to help offset the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis and drop in oil prices.
Separating fiction from reality, and corporate interests from true innovation in the new “eco-cities” of the Middle East.
When Gulf nations face food, security, and water scarcity issues, one response is to seek lucrative agricultural investments in fertile African lands. Yet, while such deals can bring benefits to the countries involved, there are also sizeable risks
The Cairo Review speaks to Rothna Begum about the status of female migrant domestic workers in the Gulf.
Recent tensions with the Philippines regarding mistreatment of domestic workers highlight Kuwait’s dependence on foreign labor for lower-paying jobs.