Tags: Saudi Arabia

IE’s Dubious Sustainability

By Luke Crisp “As a leading higher education institution, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. It’s not just a secondary consideration, it’s...

COP28: Humanitarianism or Hypocrisy?

As the beginning of COP28 draws nearer, it is important to set the goals for the conference and reflect on past failures.

NEOM, Saudi Arabia’s New Utopian Mecca: Reimagining the Kingdom’s urbanism, achieving revolutionary carbon-neutral cities

Saudi Arabia has shown the world its vision of a utopian world in which sustainable development complying with the United Nations 2030 agenda is achievable.

Not a Prisoner’s Dilemma: The Saudi Arabian and Houthi Prisoner Exchange

On April 15 at 9 a.m., a flight departed from southern Saudi Arabia (KSA) and arrived in Yemen’s capital city of Sana’a. 120 passengers were on the flight, yet it is the type of people aboard that is significant, rather than the number. These passengers were 120 Houthi rebels who had been held by Saudi Arabia as prisoners of war.

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: A Blend of Traditional and Innovation

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is a city that has undergone significant transformation in recent years.  Once known for its strict religious laws and conservative way of...


Editorial Announcement for the 2024-25 Academic Year

The academic year 2023-2024 has been an exciting period of growth for The Stork! The completely student-led and managed media outlet, with a team...

Art Unchained

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Iona Steger The concepts of "non-fungible tokens (NFTs)" and "blockchain" have been an ongoing...

AI Companies Sued for Breach of Copyright

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Klaudia Kupidura The latest developments in Generative AI have changed our habits, learning mechanisms,...