Saturday 17, November 2012 by Robin Amlôt

Islamist Parties: An agent of change for MENA economies?

A special report from London-based consultancy Arabia Monitor focuses on the need for change following the ‘Arab Spring’ which paved the way for an unprecedented rise of Islamist parties to power, leading to concerns about the business-friendliness of Islamist governments, and their ability to respond to some of the region's most pressing social problems.

Features & Analyses

Investment Banking Creating a diverse bond market

In an exclusive mini roundtable, Nabilah Annuar, Banker Middle East Editor, sits down with Michael Grifferty, President of the Gulf… read more