Added on 06/03/2012
Haia , Literature , Ministry of Culture and Information , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette
CROSSROADS ARABIA: The Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information has taken a firm line on trouble-makers at the Riyadh Book Fair.
Added on 12/02/2012
Democracy , Egypt , Jeddah , Journalist , Ministry of Culture and Information , publications law , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette
CROSSROADS ARABIA: The now infamous Saudi blogger Hamza Kashgari is not the only one to feel the full force of new Saudi laws.
Added on 06/01/2012
Abdul Aziz Khoja , Activist , Al Qaeda , Al Watan , Cairo , Democracy , Marriott Hotel , minister of information and culture , Ministry of Culture and Information , Paris , Riyadh , Saleh Al-Shehi , Saudi Arabia , Social Media , Twitter , Women , Women's issues
AHMED AL OMRAN: The fallout from the ‘Marriott Foyer Incident’ continues. Is such debate an unnecessary diversion from the real issues facing the Kingdom?
Added on 01/09/2011
Abdullah , Eid Al- Fitr , Ghazi al-Gosaibi , Jeddah , Jeddah consulate , Ministry of Culture and Information , Ramadan , Saudi Arabia , The US ambassador , United States , US embassy , Wikileaks
SAUDI JEANS: A weekend spent in the company of Hurricane Irene allowed me plenty of time to sift through the latest release of Wikileaks cables on Saudi Arabia.
Added on 06/03/2011
Rob L. Wagner
Abdul Aziz Khoja , Abdulaziz Al Saud , Abdullah , Asharq Al-Awsat , Cell phones , Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice , Editor-in-Chief , Journalist , King Abdullah , King Abdullah University of Science , King Abdullah University of Science and Technology , Middle East , Ministry of Culture and Information , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , Tariq Alhomayed , YouTube
ROB L. WAGNER: Religious conservatives’ disruptive behavior at the Riyadh Book Fair illustrates the Saudi government’s acceptance of intolerance as long as it doesn’t interfere with its push to modernize the country.
Added on 12/10/2010
Media outlets , Ministry of Culture and Information , Saudi Arabia
When MOCI, after 3 years of stagnation, finally decided to grant licenses for new radio stations, the average price was around SR50 million…