Dr Aisha Al-Sarihi

The author is a visiting researcher at Georgetown University. She previously served as a researcher at The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington and The London School of Economics and Political Science’s Middle East Centre. Her research interests include energy policy, renewable energy, climate change policies and the political economy of the Arab Gulf states. She holds a PhD from Imperial College London.

The New Energy geopolitics and the Gulf Arab States

The geopolitics of energy has been for decades revolved around fossil fuels, namely coal, oil and gas. The concentration of fossil fuels in only...

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