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Nadine Talaat


Nadine is the Deputy Analysis and Opinion Editor and Investigations Researcher at The New Arab. Before joining the team, she worked in research and data analysis as well as human rights. Nadine is a graduate in politics, human rights and Middle Eastern Studies and holds an MSc in Media and Communications. At The New Arab, Nadine also writes for the Analysis desk and works on the investigations team. 


Areas of focus: migration and borders, human rights, social justice, the War on Terror, women’s rights, media representations


Follow her on Twitter: @nadine_talaat

Analysis: The New Arab's research reveals how the UK media's coverage of Israel's war on Gaza is a case study in dehumanisation and warmongering.

22 March, 2024

COP28 ended with a call to transition away from fossil fuels, but failed to lay out a realistic and fair plan. Could a non-proliferation treaty be the answer?

15 December, 2023

As global debt mounts, climate vulnerable nations in the Global South grapple with two crises at once. At COP28, they're saying climate finance isn't enough.

12 December, 2023

At the UN climate summit in Dubai, experts and activists are sounding the alarm on the devastating toll of rampant militarisation on our planet, and why Israel's war on Gaza is a climate justice issue.

11 December, 2023

As the UN climate summit enters its final days, a leaked letter reveals OPEC's growing concerns that negotiations may result in a call for phasing out fossil fuels to address the escalating climate crisis.

09 December, 2023

Around the world, climate change-induced extreme weather events and environmental changes are driving more and more people to flee their homes. However climate refugees remain invisible in international frameworks that protect other displaced people.

06 December, 2023

At the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, activists read out the names of Palestinians killed in Gaza and linked the Palestinian cause to the movement for climate justice.

03 December, 2023

Around the world, 2023 has served as a stark reminder of the destructive force of climate change. Can the UN climate summit in Dubai serve as a decisive call to action?

30 November, 2023

Day 1 of the UN climate summit sees an important agreement that secures funding for the world’s poorest and most climate-vulnerable nations.

30 November, 2023

With 2023 set to be the hottest year on record, all eyes are on the United Nations climate summit in Dubai, UAE in a bid to lay out a path toward a sustainable future.

29 November, 2023