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U.S. Goods Exports to the Arab World Dipped in 2015 – NUSACC
Commerce & Finance | 02/09/2016

U.S. Goods Exports to the Arab World Dipped in 2015 – NUSACC

According to new U.S. Government data analyzed by the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC), exports of U.S. goods to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region fell in 2015 to $67.4 billion from $71.4 billion in 2014, a decline of 5.6 percent. This is the first time since 2010 that sales of U.S. goods to the MENA region declined, largely reflecting the widespread impact of slumping oil prices.

Analysis | The Saudi Economy in 2016 – Jadwa
Commerce & Finance | 02/07/2016

Analysis | The Saudi Economy in 2016 – Jadwa

The Jadwa Investment firm in Riyadh released “The Saudi Economy in 2016″ report today. It is an excellent look at trends and prospects to arm you with insight and perspective on the direction and challenges for the domestic situation and the Kingdom’s significant role in the global economy.

The Enduring Lessons of the Gulf War – Kettle
Defense & Security | 01/24/2016

The Enduring Lessons of the Gulf War – Kettle

In a timely and insightful analysis, Professor Louise Kettle of the University of Nottingham School of Politics and International Relations, provides a sharp-eyed assessment of key points in the Operation Desert Storm campaign and offers a list of lessons learned of which today’s policymakers should be mindful.

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