I'm a serial entrepreneur and the founder of a global digital education content company, specializing in cross-cultural issues. I also happen to be a minority female from a traditional culture. I mention that fact last because it's the least relevant reason as to how and why I became an entrepreneur and how I run my business.
Saudi Arabia is considering allowing women to drive without a man's permission, but many in the country remain sceptical
A Saudi Arabian man has divorced his wife after an awkward trip to the country's capital of Riyadh. The unnamed couple were
Lacking the motivation to partake in an active lifestyle? Spare a thought, then, for women in Saudi Arabia who are actively
In 2015, is money more important than morality? Should we ignore the attendance of our Prince and Prime Minister at the funeral of someone who was no less than a dictator running a terrorist organisation? Surely with the general election coming up, Cameron should have perhaps considered the outrage that might be voiced in the UK rather than the importance of international relations with a corrupt, murderous government.
President Obama's recent visit to Saudi Arabia has been accompanied by much speculation about the nature of relations with the United States. Much has changed in the US political landscape recently and even more has changed across the Arab world...
Saudi Arabian women activists have petitioned the country's consultative council to back a demand to curb the "absolute authority
Women who drive risk damaging their ovaries and bearing children with “clinical disorders” – that’s the opinion of a prominent
Women should not be driving because it can affect their ovaries and pelvises, according to a Saudi sheikh, seeking to explain
A great deal of fascination with a vaguely defined 'Muslim world' and 'Muslim values' has been sparked by the Arab revolutions and, before that, by the 9/11 Twin Towers attacks. One can critique this interest as unsophisticated or reactive - 'Who are these strange brown foreign people and why are they angry?'