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Moving to the Cloud

By Shatakshi Singhania. This is an extract from an article originally published by Nina Iraq, and is reproduced here with permission. “Moving to the cloud” was a phrase found only in fairy tales just two decades ago. Today, however, it refers to the use of servers, storage and other tools located in the Internet rather […]

New Hope for Iraq’s Oil and Gas Industry?

By Samar Rassam-Whitticombe, CEO of Somer Industrial Projects (SIP). This is an extract from an article originally published by Nina Iraq, and is reproduced here with permission. After celebrating the end of Ramadan, I hope that everyone experienced a welcoming Eid al-Fitr. Unfortunately, the time of joy for Iraqi citizens was tinged with sadness due […]

Keeping Iraq’s Oil Flowing

By Waleed Kamhieh, Accenture oil and gas consultant. This is an extract from an article originally published by Nina Iraq, and is reproduced here with permission. In June 2015, Iraq produced an average of 3.19 mm bbpd (million barrels per day), the highest level of production since 1980, and it has surpassed the 2.8 mm bbpd […]

Nina meets Nadje

By Yorva Tsiakara. This is an extract from an article originally published by Nina Iraq, and is reproduced here with permission. Professor of Gender Studies at SOAS University of London, author of two books, co-founder of Act Together: Women’s Action on Iraq, Nadje Al-Ali, talks to young writer Yorva Tsiakara about the way Iraqi women […]

Nina-Iraq Magazine Victim of Cyber Attack

Nina-iraq has been hacked. This is not a simple sabotage. In a hacking attempt similar to the one that saw data being stripped from the US government a few days ago the entire server of this leading, bilingual Iraqi magazine has been corrupted, bringing down many other sites also. Nina has been fending off constant […]

The’ Next Billion’ and the Power of Inclusive Prosperity

By Madeleine White, capacity building specialist and co-founder of Nina Magazine “Emerging markets will be a driving force in sustainable economic growth. If civil society is fully and inclusively engaged in the economy, the significant population growth rate will lead to greater consumption and therefore greater economic growth.  Cash rich emerging markets with an inclusive […]