Added on 31/08/2012
James M. Dorsey
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JAMES M. DORSEY: The Egyptian authorities are moving tentatively to check how radicalised football fans will react to the lifting of a ban on their attendance at matches.
Added on 09/01/2012
Rob L. Wagner
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ROB L. WAGNER: Saudi Arabia has been looking for more than 40 years for an export product that will minimize its dependency on oil. Have they found it?
Added on 30/12/2011
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JUAN COLE: So much that is misinformed, over-hyped and simply plain wrong has been written about the Arab Spring. So let’s sort the wheat from the chaff.
Added on 19/07/2011
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M. LYNX-QUALEY: In a wide-ranging discussion at the Shubbak festival Hassan Daoud, the Lebanese novelist and journalist, had much to say…
Added on 14/07/2011
Common Ground News Service
Arabs , Beirut , Dubai , Greece , Iraq , Lebanon , London , Multiculturalism , Nada Akl , Poland , Portugal , Salman Rushdie , School of Oriental and African Studies , Sweden , United Kingdom
NADA AKL, CGNEWS: A festival held recently in London brought Arabs and non-Arabs together to reflect upon and celebrate true mutliculturalism.