Added on 03/04/2011
James M. Dorsey
2010 World Cup , Africa , African Cup of Nations , Al Ahram , Algeria , Captain , East Africa , Egypt , Egypt Elections , Egyptian Football Association , Facebook , Food prices , Football , guard , hassan , Hosni Mubarak , Islamic Republic of Iran , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Middle East , National Democratic Party (NDP) , North Africa , Premier League , President , qualifier , Soccer , South Africa , Twitter
JAMES M. DORSEY: The calm with which Egyptians accepted defeat, contrasts starkly with riots that erupted on two continents in late 2009 when Algeria stopped Egypt making it to the 2010 World Cup.
Added on 07/03/2011
Mishaal Al Gergawi
Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz , Bahrain , Banking , Civil society , Dubai , Food prices , Gulf News , Iran , Mishaal Al Gergawi , Oil production , Oman , President , Rubber bullets , SAR , Saudi Arabia , Sultan Qaboos , Tear gas , Tunisia , UN Court , United Arab Emirates , United States , US Federal Reserve
MISHAAL AL GERGAWI: In stark — but unsurprising — contrast to the uprisings around the region, Oman’s protest did not call for the fall of its regime or even its ruler.
Added on 05/02/2011
Abdulaziz , Abdullah , Al Qaeda , Bahrain , Bahrain government , Crown Prince , Dammam , Egypt , Facebook , Faisal , Finland , Food prices , Internet space , Jeddah , Jordan , Madinah , Makkah , Minister of Information , Ministry of Information , National Assembly , Print media , Riyadh , Satellite TV , Saud , Saudi Arabia , Social Media , Tahrir Square , Tunisia , Twitter , Yemen
STEVE ROYSTON: I have had a few conversations whether Egypt will impact Saudi. My answer would be no – at least not in the current conditions.
Added on 22/01/2011
Al Qaeda , al-Abidine Ben Ali , Algeria , Barack Obama , Cairo , Egypt , Food prices , London , Middle East , President , Tunisia , Tunisian government , United Kingdom , United States , US Federal Reserve , Washington , William Hague , Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali
RAMZY BAROUD: Understanding Tunisia as just another “Arab regime”, another possible podium for al-Qaeda’s violence, is convenient but also unhelpful…
Added on 15/01/2011
The Moor Next Door
Algeria , Algerian League for the Defence of Human Rights , Algiers , Army , Europe , Food prices , National Assembly , Security services , Tunisia
TMND: Many Algerians today feel just as their parents and siblings did in 1988: there are two castes in the country, the official and the unofficial.