Stuart Reigeluth

Founder of REVOLVE

Stuart Reigeluth is Founder of REVOLVE. He holds an MBA (2015) from the Solvay-Ponts business school (Brussels-Paris) and a MA (2005) in Arab and Middle East Studies from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. He has contributed to numerous media outlets, including Foreign Policy, El Pais, El Mundo, al-Hayat, European Voice, EURACTIV, Gulf News, The Daily Star, and al-Ahram Weekly.


Walking: a personal journey

Mammals were born to move. The foal and deer stagger around within minutes on long shaky legs. The human squawks and screams, [...]

Sustainability: know your limits

“No thanks, I’ve had enough” is what we say when asked if we wanted more to eat or drink. But it’s only [...]

On coal and water in Poland

Katowice/Brussels  – In the south-eastern part of Poland, in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, there is a coal mine near the town [...]

Rawabi: the new Palestinian city

There is a time to rejoice, and a time to resist – Rawabi is doing both in defying all odds in building [...]

Imagine the TransArabian Xpress

Imagine connecting Morocco to Oman with a high-speed train going across North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula transporting people and goods for [...]

Investing in water around the MENA

There is a looming water crisis that is beginning to manifest itself in very serious ways across North Africa and the Middle [...]

Redefining West Asia

The positive changes in the Arab world herald a new era for millions of people. At the start of this new era, [...]

The hidden life of trees

“Trees can’t walk.” (p.186) Once seeds land and catch hold, or when saplings are planted and the trees begin their long journey [...]

Towards 3 degrees

Some call climate fluctuations “global weirding” rather than global warming because of mild winters and sudden summer hails. Call it what you want [...]