Public Governance and Strategic Management Capabilities: Public Governance in the Gulf States book course in Bahrain

Master’s in Public Administration in Bahrain Public Governance and Strategic Management Capabilities: Public Governance in the Gulf States book course in Bahrain Newly published book identifies the strategic capabilities needed for effective public governance in the Gulf States and points to the capability developments that might increase government effectiveness A new book has just been published on

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University of Arizona (UA) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Reunion 2017

The University of Arizona (UA) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) alumni wish to thank HRH Prince Sultan bin Salman, Minister of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage for graciously attending and being one of the major sponsors of the 7th Annual UA GCC Alumni Reunion event. The 7th Annual UA GCC reunion was held

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UA and Saudi Universities Partner on Farming Solutions

By: Jay Gonzales, UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences The idea that it takes millions or billions of dollars to make a significant difference in social agriculture is being dispelled by the University of Arizona and Saudi Arabia institutions. Working in partnership to develop pilot farming projects with price tags of less than $50,000,

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Pressing the Reset Button for U.S. Saudi Arabia Relations: Establishing Cooperation Beyond Oil and the Military into Agriculture, Food, Education and Society

A Special Panel Discussion at the University of Arizona Diplomatic relations were established between Saudi Arabia and the United States in 1932. The ultraconservative Islamic absolute monarchy and the US, a democratic republic, have been allies for their mutual benefit for the past 84 years. Inevitably, this relationship has been under the microscope due to

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Pressing the Reset Button for U.S. – Saudi Arabia Relations

UA Special Panel Discussion: “Pressing the Reset Button for U.S.-Saudi Arabia Relations: Establishing Cooperation Beyond Oil and the Military into Agriculture, Food, Education and Society “ Wednesday, 9 November 2016 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Marshall Building Room 490 Panelists: The Tangled History of U.S.-Saudi Relations Dr. Leila Hudson Associate Professor, Modern Middle East Culture &

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UA, Saudi Universities Partner on Farming Solutions

The institutions are advancing social agriculture to help farmers achieve economic profitability while promoting environmental sustainability. The idea that it takes millions or billions of dollars to make a significant difference in social agriculture is being dispelled by the University of Arizona and Saudi Arabia institutions. Working in partnership to develop pilot farming projects with

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Fighting food insecurity with drones

The Daily Wildcat:Dr. Turki Al Rasheed, Department of Agriculture Biosystems Engineering, at the UA-GCC food and water panel on Jan. 21 By Julianna Renzi Big companies, sustainable agriculture, Saudi Arabia, the UA and drones have one thing in common: each plays a role in the fight against food and political insecurity. The UA-Gulf Cooperation Council

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GCC Reunion Discusses Diversification, Innovation

DP World, a Dubai-based company led by UA alumnus Mohammed Sharaf, has entered into an agreement with Eller Executive Education for a leadership program. The recent plummet in the price of oil, to below $30 a barrel, did little to alter the perspective of a panel at the Gulf Cooperation Council alumni reunion on the

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Gulf Cooperation Council Alumni Reunion UA 2016

University of Arizona visit Dr Turki Faisal Al Rasheed has recently returned from a fruitful visit to the United States, where he attended the University of Arizona’s (UA) 6th Annual Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) UA Alumni Reunion 2016 and participated in a series of productive conferences, meetings, lectures, speeches and agricultural farm site visits. Dr

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