Added on 08/06/2012
Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz , Al Houla , Ban Ki Moon , Bashar al-Assad , BBC , Damascus , Envoy , Free Syrian Army , Hizballah , Iran , Iraq , Islamist , Israel , Istanbul , Kofi Annan , Lebanon , Middle East , President , Saudi Arabia , Sectarianism , Shia , Sunni , Syria , Syrian government , The Financial Times , Tripoli , Turkey , United Nations , United States
RAMZY BAROUD: The recent massacre of civilians in Syria marks the beginning of a spiral of horror which could engulf the whole region
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 02/01/2012
James M. Dorsey
Abdullah Gul , Champion’s League , Football , head of state , Justice and Development Party , President , Prime Minister , Recep Tayyip Erdogan , Soccer , The Financial Times , Turkey
JAMES M. DORSEY: Turkish soccer faces the same risks as the country’s economy, it operates on the same principles: high debt, unorthodox monetary policy.
Added on 19/12/2011
James M. Dorsey
2022 World Cup , Asian Football Confederation , British parliament , Crown Prince , Damien Collins , East Africa , Energy , FIFA , Fifa World Cup , France , Good Governance Committee , Hamad al-Thani , Hassan al Thawadi , heart disease , Japan , Korea , Michel Platini , Middle East , Mohammed bin Hammam , Nicolas Sarkozy , North Africa , Olympics 2020 , President , Prime Minister , Qatar , Qatar 2022 , Russia , Sepp Blatter , Soccer , Tamim Bin Hamad al-Thani , The Financial Times , The Huffington Post , Theo Zwanziger , Tokyo , UEFA , United States
JAMES M. DORSEY: Sepp Blatter, a month after opening the door to an investigation of the Qatar’s 2022 World Cup bid, has declared “case closed”.
Added on 27/11/2011
Ahmet Davutoglu , Aleppo , Ankara , Bashar al-Assad , Damascus , Foreign Policy , France , Free Syrian Army , Iran , Israel , Istanbul , Lebanon , Libya , Mediterranean , Muslim Brotherhood , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , President , Prime Minister , Recep Tayyip Erdogan , Syria , Syrian government , Syrian National Council , The Financial Times , the Palestine Chronicle , Turkey
RAMZY AL BAROUD: However, the Syrian uprising in March leading the country down the road to civil war – has forced Turkey to abandon its ‘zero-problems’ foreign policy.
Added on 16/10/2011
The Moor Next Door
Afghanistan , Ben Ali , Democracy , Eileen Byrne , Iran , Islamist party , Journalist , Progress Party , The Financial Times , The Washington Post , Tunis , Tunisia , Turkey
THE MOOR NEXT DOOR: With a week to go before Tunisia’s national election anticipation is mounting. With more than 100 parties contesting which of them is set to emerge victorious?
Added on 28/04/2011
Education , Egypt , Faisal bin Abdullah , Saudi Arabia , The Financial Times , Tunisia
CROSSROADS ARABIA: With high youth unemployment and growing population Saudi Arabia urgently needs reform.
Added on 16/03/2011
Matt J. Duffy
A.A. Gill , Censorship , Dubai , The Financial Times , Twitter , United Arab Emirates , Western Media
MATT J. DUFFY: Gill’s article does not make the case for stricter press laws, rather it shows the need for journalists to take their profession seriously…
Added on 20/12/2010
Michael J. Totten
Afghanistan , Al Qaeda , America , China , Europe , History , Iraq , Julian Assange , Latin America , Middle East , Mossad , North Atlantic Treaty Organization , Oil , President , Russia , Saddam Hussein , The Financial Times , U.S. government , United States , Wikileaks
MICHAEL J. TOTTEN: Surely somewhere there’d be references to a war for oil in Iraq if the war was, in fact, about oil.
Added on 21/11/2010
Sultan Al Qassemi
Abu Dhabi , Abu Dhabi's Executive Council , AED , British Council , British Embassy , British Museum , Crown Prince , Dubai , Dubai Creek , Dubai International Financial Centre , Dubai Municipality , Elizabeth II , London , Mansour bin Zayed , New York , Prime Minister and Ruler , princess , The Financial Times , The National , The Telegraph , The Times , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom , Victoria
SULTAN AL QASSEMI: Today, there are approximately 240,000 British citizens living in the UAE, with another one million plus visiting the country every year and up to 40,000 Emiratis visiting Britain annually.