Added on 07/07/2012
The View From Fez
California , Carrefour , Coca cola , Coke , Europe , Indonesia , Malaysia , Ministry of Agriculture , Ministry of Health , Morocco , Pepsi , Saudi Arabia , Turkey , United States
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: In spite of the cool words issued by cola manufacturers there is still great concern across the Muslim world regarding ingredients.
Added on 17/11/2011
Australia , Brazil , Canada , Iran , Israel , Japan , Middle East , Pepsi , Saudi Arabia , Switzerland , Umar Ibn al-Khattab , United States
CROSSROADS ARABIA: A Saudi commentator suggests the only way to gain respect in international relations is via nuclear weapons. Is he right?
Added on 21/02/2011
Michael J. Totten
Afghanistan , Africa , Algeria , America , Basketball , Beirut , Bolivia , Brussels , Colonel , Costa Rica , Darfur , Fateh , France , Green Square , Guatemala , Hawaii , Internet cafés , Italy , Kansas , Law , Lawrence , Lebanon , Libya , London , Los Angeles , Mediterranean , Mediterranean Sea , Middle East , Morocco , Muammar Qaddafi , New York , North Korea , Oil , Palestinian Territories , Paris , Pepsi , Philippines , Prague , President , Sahara , Seattle , shopkeeper , Tel Aviv , travel ban , Tripoli , Tunisia , Turkey , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , US Federal Reserve , Vienna
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: Two years ago I spent time in Libya. It seems like a good time to revisit my experience of a kind people but an overarching, clamping presence.
Added on 29/11/2010
Dubai , Pepsi , Social Media , The Times , United States
ALEXANDER MCNABB: Fake Plastic Whore Face, Tantalise your tastebuds, mish mushkila ya habibi meaning, what is mineralised water and the Nipple souk… Fake Plastic Souks is the expert on them all…
Added on 26/11/2010
Abdullah , Bahrain , CEO , Dubai , Facebook , Jeddah , Malcolm Gladwell , Mazen Nahawi , Middle East , News Group International , Pepsi , President , Saudi Arabia , Social Media , Social networking , Sultan Al Bazie , The New Yorker , United Kingdom
STEVE ROYSTON: Successful companies tend not to fire their communications people. That’s not to say that politics, ambition and personal fiefdoms won’t get in the way