Added on 18/05/2013
Barack Obama , Benghazi , CBS NEWS INC. , Jimmy Carter , Politics , Republican Party , United States
JUAN COLE: There was a sustained attempt prior to the last U.S election to portray Barack Obama first as a latter day Jimmy Carter then as a Richard Nixon figure. Who did this?
Added on 22/09/2012
Al Qaeda , Al-Hayat , Arab Spring , Benghazi , Chris Stevens , Interior Ministry , Libya , Libyan government , Ministry of Defense , Ministry of the Interior , Muammar Qaddafi , Muslim Brotherhood , The US ambassador , United States
JUAN COLE: The attack on the US consulate in Benghazi seems to have been a turning point for the people of Benghazi.
Added on 13/09/2012
Al Qaeda , al-Masry al-Yawm , Benghazi , Cairo , Department of State , Egypt , Garden City , Hosni Mubarak , Ku Klux Klan , Libya , Libyan government , Mitt Romney , Mohammed Morsi , Muslim Brotherhood , Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt , Obama administration , President , Prime Minister , Red Cross , Republican presidential candidate , Sam Bacile , Sinai , Tahrir Square , Terry Jones , The US ambassador , United States , US embassy in Cairo , West Bank , YouTube
JUAN COLE: His comments were hasty, distasteful and unwise. Can we afford to have an individual with such poor judgement in the White House?
Added on 07/02/2012
James M. Dorsey
Afghanistan , Africa , Al Qaeda , Ali Abdullah Saleh , Arab League , Atlantic coast , Beijing , Benghazi , Central Asia , China , Damascus , Djibouti , East Africa , Egypt , Europe , International Criminal Court , Libya , Middle East , Muammar Qaddafi , North Africa , Pakistan , President , Russia , Security Council , Sinai desert , Social Media , Somalia , Sudan , Syria , the Hague , United Nations , United Nations Security Council , United States , Yemen
JAMES M. DORSEY: China’s veto of the U.N’s resolution condemning Syria is a watershed moment for its involvement in the Middle East.
Added on 12/09/2011
The Moor Next Door
Benghazi , Burkina Faso , Burundi , Chicago , Civil society , Eileen Byrne , Italy , Journalist , Liberia , Libya , News media , Nicaragua , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , President , Ramadan , Rwanda , Transitional National Council , Tripoli , Tunis , Tunisia , Uganda , United States , Western Libya , Yemen
EILEEN BYRNE, TMND: Now that Qaddafi’s regime has been unseated thoughts of the men who did the fighting are turning to the nation’s immediate priorities.
Added on 08/09/2011
Amr Moussa , Arab League , Assad , Benghazi , Democracy , Hizballah , Iran , Iraq , Lebanon , Libya , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Russia , Saudi Arabia , Secretary of State , Syria , Tehran , Turkey , United Nations
CHRIS KEELER: Non-violent protest appears to be nearing its end in Syria and there are signs that groups are organising an armed resistance against the regime.
Added on 27/05/2011
African Union , Ali Abdullah Saleh , Arab government , Benghazi , Democracy , Egypt , Food and Drink , Gaza , Hosni Mubarak , International Criminal Court , Israel , Libya , Middle East , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , President , Sadiq al-Ahmar , Sana’a , United Nations , United States , US embassy , Yemen
JUAN COLE: It’s been a busy few days throughout the Arab World with existing and former dictators finding the going is getting tougher.
Added on 28/04/2011
America , American Enterprise Institute , Baghdad , Benghazi , CNN , Hillary Clinton , Iraq , Joe Biden , John McCain , Libya , Mike Mullen , Moammar Ghaddafi , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Obama , Obama administration , President , Reuters , Saddam Hussein , Secretary of State , Syria , Transitional National Council , United States , Washington , Washington Post
RAMZY BAROUD: There is a lot of discussion and political calculation bouncing around the corridors of power in Washington about Libya.
Added on 31/03/2011
Michael J. Totten
Benghazi , CNN , Democracy , Energy , France , Hamas , Hillary Clinton , Hizballah , Israel , Libya , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Tripoli
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: Very little seems to be known about the rebels who are fighting Qaddafi. When I found out that a trusted source was effectively ’embedded’ with them I had a few questions to put to her.
Added on 28/03/2011
Al Qaeda , Ba’ath Party , Benghazi , Cyprus , Gaddafi , Iraq , Libya , Malta , Mediterranean , Tripoli , Turkey , United States , US congressman , Western Libya
STEVE ROYSTON: Yesterday I had a conversation with a Libyan friend. As an opponent of Gaddafi, I expected him to be cheering on the rebels. Not so.
Added on 16/03/2011
Al Qaeda , Benghazi , David Cameron , Egypt , France , G-8 , Germany , Italy , Japan , Libya , Mediterranean , Middle East , Milan , Muammar Qaddafi , Nicolas Sarkozy , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Obama administration , Oil wealth , Osama Bin Laden , President , Prime Minister , Qaddafi’s air force , Russia , Saddam Hussein , Silvio Berlusconi , Tripoli , Tunisia , United Kingdom , United Nations , United Nations Security Council , Washington , Western European
JUAN COLE: As the unfolding disaster in Japan distracts the world’s attention Qaddafi’s re-conquest of Libya rolls on. There will be scores to settle…
Added on 08/03/2011
Osama Al Sharif
Africa , Al Qaeda , America , Amman , Barack Obama , Benghazi , Colonel , Congress , Egypt , Europe , France , journalist and political commentator , Libya , Muammar Qaddafi , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Obama , Osama Al Sharif , Paris , President , Qaddafi , Qaddafi’s air force , Tripoli , Tunisia , United Kingdom , United States
OSAMA AL SHARIF: The Libyan revolution could easily slip into a prolonged civil war – the worst outcome for all. Lawlessness, Humanitarian crisis…
Added on 17/02/2011
James M. Dorsey
2006 World Cup , 2010 World Cup , Algeria , Ali Abdullah Saleh , BBC , Benghazi , Colonel , Confederation of African Football , Egypt , Facebook , FIFA , Fifa World Cup , Football , Germany , Iran , Jordan , Libya , Middle East , Muammar Gaddafi , North Africa , President , Soccer , Tunisia , United States , Yemen
JAMES DORSEY: Gaddafi intends the opening of the Benghazi stadium to be a show of popular support, but activists fear it could become the setting for clashes.
Added on 02/02/2011
James M. Dorsey
Abdelaziz Bouteflika , African Cup of Nations , Algeria , Algerian League for the Defence of Human Rights , Algiers , Benghazi , Egypt , Facebook , Football , Hosni Mubarak , Khartoum , Libya , Middle East , Morocco , North Africa , Omar al-Bashir , President , Soccer , Sudan , Tobruk , Tripoli , Tunisia , United States , Zine Abedine Ben Ali
JAMES DORSEY: Oil-rich Libya and gas-rich Algeria have indefinitely extended their suspension of all soccer matches with anti-government demonstrations looming.