Added on 26/01/2012 Rob L. Wagner Ali Akbar Salehi , Ali Al-Naimi , Arabian Gulf , Bahrain , Barack Obama , Captain , China , Ehsan Ahrari , European Union , GCC , Gulf Cooperation Council , Iran , Iraq , Islamic Republic of Iran , Islamists , Israel , Israeli government , Japan , Jeddah , Korea , Kuwait , London , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Middle East , Middle East Analyst , Military hardware , Norfolk , Oil , oil customer , Oil producer , Oil production , Oman , OPEC , Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries , Pentagon , President , Qatar , Red Sea , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , South Korea , Strait of Hormuz , Sunni , Turki al-Faisal , United Arab Emirates , United Nations , United Nations Security Council , United States , Virginia , Wen Jiabao , Yanbu
“Three Months at Most”: How Long Could Iran Close Straits of Hormuz?
ROB L. WAGNER: As tensions increase all parties are beginning to make calculations regarding the effect of a possible conflict in the Arabian Gulf.
Added on 05/10/2011 Rob L. Wagner Abdullah , Al Watan , Australia , Canada , Conservatives , DC , Egypt , Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood , Ehsan Ahrari , Finance , Jeddah , Journalist , Middle East , Middle East Analyst , Ministry of Education , Ministry of Higher Education , Newcastle , Prophet Muhammad , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , Security Council , Social Media , United Kingdom , United Nations , United States , Washington , Washington DC
Saudi Education: The Power Struggle Heats Up
ROB L. WAGNER: A new secondary school textbook highlights the struggle between liberals and conservatives within the Saudi Ministry for Education.
Added on 02/03/2011 Alexander McNabb Citizen Journalism , Dubai , Journalism , Journalist , lobbyist , Mainstream media , Middle East , Middle East Analyst , Piers Morgan , PR , Sky News , Social Media , Twitter , United Nations
Title Irony: Why Journalists like to do PR on PRs
ALEXANDER MCNABB: It infuriates me because I know how very dishonest the practice is – from a media that insists on telling us that it is the only trustworthy source.