November 16th Issue

Haya Bint Al Hussein: A Princess on a Mission

EXCLUSIVE: HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein talks of her humanitarian efforts, family and memories. Leila Hatoum I feel good when we are able t0 bring in the aid to those in need says HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, when asked about her humanitarian initiatives and her interest in helping people from all four corners of the earth, irrespective of their color, gender or beliefs. With her diligence and contagious smile, she has gained global attention and admiration, and has successfully redirected that attention towards important causes and helping others. Yet, there is still so much to do in the world, Princess Haya tells Newsweek Middle East, in an exclusive interview, adding: ì800,000,000 people are hungry today, millions displaced. There is no place for pride so long as that is the reality of the world we live in. Princess Haya is also a mother of two, with barely a free moment, and I was surprised (Read More)

Inside Cover


The U.S. at a Crossroad

It wasn't Donald Trump's victory, but rather Hillary Clinton's loss. By Steen Jakobsen  Like Brexit, the U.S. vote was never…

Lebanon: The Guessing Game

The Levant holds its breath awaiting Donald Trump's next move By Marlene Khalife There are two main priorities, which Lebanon…

The Dubai Effect

The emirate leads regional hospitality and tourism sectors with new attractions and innovative products By Yahia Idris With the latest…

Down Time

Rupi Kaur: The Insta Poet

Newsweek Middle East sat down for an exclusive interview with the famed young poet Rupi Kaur By Arfa Shahid Rupi Kaur…