Featured Reports

Every week, NABATAEANS' editors take an in-depth look at a particular topic and publish their findings here. In addition to covering current events and pressing developments within our areas of specialisation, we also examine legacy issues of enduring relevance.

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Featured Reports

The Kingdom and the Arab Uprisings

The Kingdom and the Arab Uprisings

In a report earlier this year, veteran Middle East scholar Gregory Gause addressed the question of how, given the level of unrest in the region, Gulf Monarchies have survived the Arab Uprisings. While Saudi Arabia shares some of the preconditions which led to unrest elsewhere in the Middle East—including high levels of state corruption and […]

By November 15, 2013 Read More →
Value Investing: Taking the Long View on Egyptian Real Estate with TMG

Value Investing: Taking the Long View on Egyptian Real Estate with TMG

TMG, one of Egypt’s largest property developers, can currently be obtained for a competitive price. Yet considering the recent political turmoil, is now the right time to invest?

By July 22, 2013 Read More →
Emerging Markets: Turkey Loses its Shine

Emerging Markets: Turkey Loses its Shine

What is the current state of the ‘Turkish Miracle’ and how will the recent Gezi Park protests affect Turkey’s political and economic development?

By July 18, 2013 Read More →
A Decade in the Making: Croatia Joins the European Union on July 1st

A Decade in the Making: Croatia Joins the European Union on July 1st

The story behind Croatia’s EU accession process and the impact of membership on the country’s economy.

Chinese Growth and the Question of Economic Rebalancing

Chinese Growth and the Question of Economic Rebalancing

As far back as 2007, then premier Wen Jiabao described the Chinese economy as “unstable, unbalanced, uncoordinated and unsustainable”. Although the statement raised eyebrows at the time, Mr. Wen’s words seem to have done little to temper the optimism-infused consensus on China’s expected growth rate in the coming years.  One reason for this (apart from […]