Tags: Saudi Arabia

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...


“Dispararon al pianista” en el Hay Festival de Segovia

Trueba y Mariscal hablan de "Dispararon al pianista" con Pepa Blanes en el Hay Festival de Segovia.

Should We Treat Ageing Like a Disease?

Ageing has been considered a natural and inevitable process for most of human history. However, the idea of redefining it as a disease has gained traction in recent years.

Our Time to Reverse Climate Change has Lapsed

Climate change is here, and there is no longer any way that we can reverse its effects. Not necessarily because it would be physically impossible, but because the people most responsible for greenhouse gas emissions are too focused on profit to stop polluting.