Added on 22/07/2013
Arab culture , Arab people , Arabic language , Asharq Al-Awsat , Asia , Elliott Colla , Entertainment/Culture , Georgetown University , Languages of Africa , Languages of Asia , Riyadh , Tariq Alhomayed
CROSSROADS ARABIA: Selling Arabic literature, in translation, to a U.S audience is particularly challenging
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 03/02/2011
Abdullah , Ali Ibrahim , Bashar al-Assad , Ba’ath Party , Cairo , Day of Anger , Editor-in-Chief , EGP , Egypt , Egyptian military , Hosni Mubarak , Morocco , Mubarak , President , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette , Syria , Tariq Alhomayed
CROSSROADS ARABIA: After 30 years in power, Mubarak appears no longer capable of providing a solution to Egypt. Rather, he is now the problem.
Added on 03/12/2010
AK party , Ali Ibrahim , Baghdad , Cablegate , Censorship , Department of State , Editor-in-Chief , Europe , Facebook , international official , Islamic Republic of Iran , Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Minister of Foreign Affairs , President , Prime Minister , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , Saudi Press Agency , Tariq Alhomayed , Turkey , United States , US government , Wikileaks
CROSSROADS ARABIA: Saudi media is taking note of the WikiLeaks phenomenon. This piece from Arab News reflects the best and smartest policy that the Saudi government could follow: refuse comment.
Added on 29/11/2010
Al Qaeda , Saudi Arabia , Security services , Tariq Alhomayed
CROSSROADS ARABIA: Reports from within Saudi reveal the strength of the struggle to win the hearts of minds of its citizens; between modernists and those seeking a return to a great age in the past.