Unlike many other countries within the MENA, Saudi Arabia appeared to be immune from the "Arab Spring" that fell upon the region and changed a number of societies dramatically. But is it the real picture of this relatively closed nation?
17.05.2013 - Oslo
In this week’s TNP Global Outlook, policy analyst Amanda»»
12.05.2013 - Oslo
In TNP’s global outlook, Professor Murray Hunter analyses t»»
08.05.2013 - Oslo
04.05.2013 - Oslo
Professor and businessman Murray Hunter presents a simple »»
Over the last month the media has led the world to bel»»
27.04.2013 - Oslo
Asia-Pacific at the Crossroads - The Implications»»
20.04.2013 - Oslo
In this week’s TNP Global Outlook, Professor Murray Hunter bri»»
06.04.2013 - Oslo
28.03.2013 - Oslo
In this week’s TNP Global Outlook, Amanda Paul discusses Russia’s sustaining will for alternaive blocks in its region.
11.03.2013 - Oslo
This weekend’s TNP Global Outlook brings two south Asian countries to the table with an in-depth analysis by Professor Murray Hunter
02.03.2013 - Oslo
The New President of the Czech Republic is Milos Zeman – the first president voted directly by all voters. The inauguration is planned on th 8th March. Moreover, Zeman is an admirer of Scandinavia.
22.02.2013 - Oslo
Both are heavily supported and promoted by the social media, both are polarizing and fracturing any consensus, writes Professor Bajrektarevic in this week’s TNP global analysis.
15.02.2013 - Oslo
In this weekend’s TNP Global Outlook, Professor Murray Hunter analyzes South Asia’s peculiar state, Malaysia’s public policy making at a time of crisis.
The policy you have when you don’t have a policy
10.02.2013 - Oslo
A recent article in The New York Times titled “Dealing With the Real Putin” claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin is primarily focused on internally strengthening Russia.
08.02.2013 - Oslo