Added on 25/07/2013
Common Ground News Service
Business/Finance , IMF Stand-By Arrangement , International development , International economics , International Monetary Fund , International relations , Lotfi Nebli , Mohamed Sghaier Jebali , Tunisia , Tunisian government , United Nations
COMMON GROUND NEWS: A young Tunisian set out himself to find out what the future holds for him and his contemporaries following the news of the recent IMF loan to the country
Added on 27/05/2012
Afghanistan , America , Baghdad , Cairo , Egypt , Europe , France , International Monetary Fund , Iraq , Kabul , Libya , Middle East , Paris , Sana’a , Somalia , Sudan , Syria , Tunisia , United Nations , West Bank , Yemen , Yemeni military
DANIEL M. VARISCO: Whether it’s Syria or Yemen the bloodshed just seems to go on. It’s always been so.
Added on 28/12/2011
Shelina Zahra Janmohamed
Angela Merkel , Bangladesh , Belgium , Chechnya , Egypt , Ellen Johnson Sirleaf , Europe , France , India , Inspirational , International Monetary Fund , Kate Middleton , Kuwaiti MP , Liberia , Manal Al Sharif , Nicolas Sarkozy , Obedient Wives Club , Pakistan , President , Prime Minister , princess , Salwa Al Mutairi , Saudi Arabia , Tawakkol Karman , US Federal Reserve , Women , YouTube
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMMED: How could I possibly include all the women who filled our headlines over the past 12 months, for bravery and impact?
Added on 30/10/2011
Army , Egypt , Egypt Elections , Egyptian army , International Monetary Fund , Saudi Arabia
NEWS ANALYSIS: Real change in Egypt needs to happen. It is not clear who, if anyone, can take on the vested interests to deliver it.
Added on 17/08/2011
Common Ground News Service
Canada , Democracy , Dubai School , Egypt , Facebook , Fatah , International Monetary Fund , Muslim Brotherhood , Social Media , Tunisia , Twitter , United Arab Emirates , United States
MEHRUNISA QAYYUM, CGNEWS: Inspired by Twitter a grassroots Egyptian organisation has set up an online forum that limits participants to 140 seconds air time.
Added on 22/05/2011
California , Culture Secretary , Facebook , Google+ , Governor , International Monetary Fund , Twitter , UK government , United Kingdom
ALEXANDER MCNABB: Twitter, Google et al argue they are a medium. Suing them for the content on their networks would be like suing a telco for something someone said…
Added on 18/05/2011
James M. Dorsey
Angela Merkel , Asia , Asian Football Confederation , Brazil , Brussels , chancellor , China , David Cameron , deputy chairman , Dominique Strauss-Kahn , Economy , Europe , European Union , FIFA , Finance , finance minister , Germany , Gordon Brown , Governor , Greece , India , International Monetary Fund , Ireland , Manmohan Singh , Mohamed bin Hammam , Morocco , New York , Nicolas Sarkozy , Portugal , President , Prime Minister , Russia , Sepp Blatter , Singapore , South Africa , Turkey , United Kingdom , United States , Washington , World Bank
JAMES M. DORSEY: Emerging markets are demanding that the heads of major international institutions be chosen on the basis of merit…
Added on 07/03/2011
James M. Dorsey
Algiers , Amman , Ankara , Bahrain , Barack Obama , Brazil , Cairo , East Africa , Egypt , Egyptian military , Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood , Erdogan government , Europe , European Union , Gaza , Green Movement , Hosni Mubarak , International Monetary Fund , Iran , Islamist party , Israel , Jeddah , Kuwait , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Manama , Mecca , Middle East , Muslim Brotherhood , North Africa , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Oil , Omar al-Bashir , President , Prime Minister , Recep Tayyip Erdogan , Sana’a , Saudi Arabia , Soccer , South Sudan , Sudan , Syria , Tripoli , Tunis , Tunisia , Turkey , Turkish government , United States , Washington , Washington Institute , Washington Institute for Near East Policy
JAMES M. DORSEY: For the first time in its history, Turkey is emerging as a true bridge between East and West. Unrest elsewhere however puts Turkish aspirations to the test.
Added on 10/02/2011
America , Cairo , Egypt , Egypt Protests , Food and Drink , Germany , International Monetary Fund , Israel , Jordan , Mubarak , Nasser , Sadat , Saudi Arabia , The New York Times , United Arab Emirates , Washington , White House
AHMED MOOR – As we enter the third week of protests everyone’s wondering whether the fervor can be maintained. There’s a short answer – ‘Yes’.