Added on 14/04/2012
Addis Ababa , Cairo , Chile , Denmark , Edward Said , Egypt , future president , Hamlet , Ibrahim Jabra , India , Kenya , Latin America , Literature , Nasser , Omar Sharif , Oxford , Sadat , South Asia , Stalin , Syria , Tanzania , West Africa , Yusuf al-Qaradawi
HUSSEIN OMAR, ARABLIT: Nasser had a ‘Caesar Complex’ but for Egyptians and many other Arabs there’s only one Shakespearean hero.
Added on 24/11/2011
Bahrain , Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry , Bassiouni , Congo , Darfur , Hitler , Iraq , Londonderry , Media coverage , North Korea , Northern Ireland , Robert Maxwell , Rwanda , Saudi Arabia , South Africa , Stalin , the Daily Mirror , United Kingdom
STEVE ROYSTON: The report is magisterial, dispassionate and distressing. Accounts of torture, violence and intimidation are not surprising.
Added on 17/10/2011
Bahrain , Beijing , Cairo , China , Cuba , Dubai , Egypt , Healthcare , Homs , Iraq , Jeddah , Lenin , Libya , London , Middle East , Moscow , New York , Ohio , Oil , Osama Bin Laden , Pennsylvania , Pentagon , Premier League , Riyadh , Ronald Reagan , Russia , Saudi Arabia , Shura Council , Soviet Union , Stalin , Syria , UN General Assembly , United Kingdom , United States , Yugoslavia
STEVE ROYSTON: Received wisdom portrays a backward, oppressive society, dominated by religious extremists and a monarchy whose main mission is self-preservation.
Added on 03/10/2011
Al Qaeda , Ali Abdullah Saleh , America , Democratic Party , Facebook , Muslim Brotherhood , Obama , President , Republican Party , Stalin , Taliban , The Washington Post , Time Magazine , United States , Washington , Yemen
DANIEL M. VARISCO: It’s the ‘same old, same old’ with Yemen’s recently returned President, blather, bluster and baloney. In the words of the song ‘he just keeps hangin’ on’
Added on 19/03/2011
Bahrain , Barack Obama , Bill Gates , Colonel , Conventional media , Egypt , Google+ , Hamlet , History , Islamabad , Japan , Middle East , Mubarak , New York , Photography , Stalin , United States , YouTube
STEVE ROYSTON: If it is possible to build a Wikipedia in ten years, is it not also possible to build a disciplined, structured resource that delivers images – both moving and static – in a similar manner?