Added on 19/03/2011
Bahrain , Barack Obama , Bill Gates , Colonel , Conventional media , Egypt , Google+ , Hamlet , History , Islamabad , Japan , Middle East , Mubarak , New York , Photography , Stalin , United States , YouTube
STEVE ROYSTON: If it is possible to build a Wikipedia in ten years, is it not also possible to build a disciplined, structured resource that delivers images – both moving and static – in a similar manner?
Added on 20/12/2010
Michael J. Totten
Afghanistan , Al Qaeda , America , China , Europe , History , Iraq , Julian Assange , Latin America , Middle East , Mossad , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Oil , President , Russia , Saddam Hussein , The Financial Times , U.S. government , United States , Wikileaks
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: Surely somewhere there’d be references to a war for oil in Iraq if the war was, in fact, about oil.
Added on 30/11/2010
Adventure , Balkans , Bosnia and Herzegovina , Bucharest , Europe , History , Hungary , Islam , Middle East , Romania , Serbia
SHIBLI ZAMAN: This Ottoman general had a greater war, a war against darkness. He hunted the very progenitor of the vampire legend who impaled his enemies and drank their blood – Vlad al III-lea Tepes, also known as Vlad Draculea, who would go down in infamy as, simply, Dracula.
Added on 26/11/2010
Arabian Peninsula , Christmas , History , Middle East , News journalist , Roger Harrison , Saudi Arabia
STEVE ROYSTON: Thaler Tales was published in 2006, so this is not exactly a hot-off-the-press post. But hey, the thaler’s been around for 250 years, so no matter.