Tag Archives: Arab Countries

Climate Change and Its Impact on Sustainable Development in Arab Countries (Published)

Human activities represented in industrial and technological revolution led to the increase of emissions of warming gases and their concentrations in the atmosphere. This increase caused the phenomenon of greenhouse gases and the rise of earth temperature over its natural rates as a result of the increase of absorption rate of infra-red rays, which led to the climate change of the earth. These gases are carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide (PFcs ,HFcs, and SF6. Many studies dealt with natural and reviving environment and its relation with climate change. These studies have increased much in the last 5 years and they led to more confidence in the relation between warning phenomenon and its impact on the national economies. They confirmed that there is a high degree of certainty for the present regional changes in temperatures. The impact of these changes was quite clear on many physical reviving systems because of warming phenomenon. This research dealt with studying the different impact of climate on sustainable development in the Arab world. It set up a policy for adaptation to or mitigation of climate changes to achieve sustainability in development, through which we can preserve the environment and achieve development. The research is based on the realistic and Descriptive analysis to identify the nature of the relation between climate change and sustainable development in the Arab world. Besides, the research used the adjusted net saving rates which reflect the variability of sustainable development used by the World Bank to show environment deterioration and depletion in addition to the use of sustainability of development in the Arab world. we could find out that some countries achieved recent positive values and others achieved recent negative values. This shows that climate changes have negative impact on sustainable development operation in the Arab countries.

Keywords: Arab Countries, Climate Change, Environment, Sustainable Development

Human Security in Arab Region: From Concept to Practice (Published)

This paper deals with human insecurity in Arab countries. First analyzing the existing methodologies for measuring human security then, I proposed some indicators that may serve as proxy descriptions of various aspects of human security. The paper uses the most recent information to highlight the state of human insecurity in the Arab countries. As is expected there is evidence to show that human security various among the countries of the region from a low level of security to a high level of security. Then illustrate how to operationalize human security from concept to practice.

Keywords: Arab Countries, Human Security, Human Security Index

A Conceptual Framework: ‘Dumping’ and ‘Anti-Dumping’ in the International and Regional Legal Systems (Published)

These papers cover the discussion about the concept of dumping and anti-dumping. It provides a clear framework of these concepts and their historical foundation. The paper views the economic and the legal definition of dumping and views the Shariah laws concerning this concept. Finally, the paper shed light on the Arab countries and their utilization of anti-dumping within the framework of the WTO

Keywords: Anti-Dumping, Arab Countries, Dumping, WTO

The Attractiveness of Investment in the Arab Countries: Comparative Study (Published)

The flow of investments in developing countries differs across countries. We have been focusing on this research on foreign direct investment as one type of foreign investment due to the lack of capital markets in some Arab countries. Investment comprises foreign direct investment (FDI) their role is one of these kinds of investments that inflows have provided the strong impetus for economic development across countries. The paper tries to make a comparison between Poland and some Arab countries in stability period in Arab region 2005-2010. The results show that the Poland has the higher attractive investment while in key determinants factors some Arab countries are in better position than Poland.

Keywords: Arab Countries, Attractive Investment, Composite indicator, Foreign Direct Investment, Key determinate’s, Poland

The Attractiveness of Investment in the Arab Countries: Comparative Study (Published)

The flow of investments in developing countries differs across countries. We have been focusing on this research on foreign direct investment as one type of foreign investment due to the lack of capital markets in some Arab countries. Investment comprises foreign direct investment (FDI) their role is one of these kinds of investments that inflows have provided the strong impetus for economic development across countries. The paper tries to make a comparison between Poland and some Arab countries in stability period in Arab region 2005-2010. The results show that the Poland has the higher attractive investment while in key determinants factors some Arab countries are in better position than Poland.

Keywords: Arab Countries, Attractive Investment, Composite indicator, Foreign Direct Investment, Key determinate’s, Poland

HUMAN SECURITY IN ARAB REGION- FROM CONCEPT TO PRACTICE (Published)

This paper deals with human insecurity in Arab countries. First analyzing the existing methodologies for measuring human security then, I proposed some indicators that may serve as proxy descriptions of various aspects of human security. The paper uses the most recent information to highlight the state of human insecurity in the Arab countries. As is expected there is evidence to show that human security various among the countries of the region from a low level of security to a high level of security. Then illustrate how to operationalize human security from concept to practice

Keywords: Arab Countries, Human Security, Human Security Index