Added on 08/03/2012
Rob L. Wagner
Abdullah , America , Arab Spring , Asia , Bahrain , Civil society , Constituent Assembly , Egypt , Egypt Protests , Essam Sharaf , Europe , Gulf Cooperation Council , Human Rights Watch , Iraq , Iraqi parliament , Islamic Ennahda Party , Islamic party , Isobel Coleman , Kosovo , Kuwait , Leila Ben Ali , Libya , Middle East , Morocco , Nasser Al-Missned , National Assembly , National Transitional Council , North America , Prime Minister , Qatar , Saudi Arabia , Shura Council , Syria , The Financial Times , Tunisia , United Arab Emirates , Women , Women's issues
ROB L. WAGNER: They played a leading role in the early stages of the Arab Spring. But have women seen concrete benefits yet?
Added on 26/01/2011
Common Ground News Service
American University of Beirut , Beirut , Civil society , Dubai , Emir , Facebook , Jordan , Journalist , Lebanese parliament , Lebanon , Media outlets , Middle East , Nasser Al-Missned , Online media , Project Manager , Qatar , Social Media , Social networking , Twitter , YouTube
HANI NAIM: The conclusion is no one is immune to social media. Activists, Governments, journalists are all now trying to harness its power in the Arab world.