Added on 24/09/2012
The View From Fez
Casablanca , Civil society , Economy , Facebook , Fez , Morocco , Netherlands , Rabat , Ramadan , Tangier , the Hague , The Times , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: It has enjoyed a glorious past but faces a very uncertain future. There’s a case to be made for restoring Fez as Morocco’s capital city.
Added on 05/09/2012
Common Ground News Service
California , Gaza , Haifa , Israel , Los Angeles , Oslo , Palestine , pilot , Tel Aviv University , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , University of California , West Bank
DAVID AMITAI, CGNEWS: In the fevered environment that exists between Palestinians and Jews finding ways to encourage dialogue requires creativity.
Added on 03/09/2012
Aleppo , Amman , Beirut , Cairo , CNN , Iran , Iraq , Kuwait , Middle East , Syria , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
ALEXANDER MCNABB: As a long term resident in the Middle East you become used to seeing favourite places under bombardment
Added on 07/06/2012
mai abdul rahman
Al Quds , Anti-Defamation League , Egypt , Gaza , Golan Heights , IDF , Israel , Jerusalem , Ministry of Housing , Palestine , Palestinian Territories , Sinai , Syrian Golan Heights , The Anti-Defamation League , UN Court , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , West Bank
Palestinians whether Muslim or Christian believe they are witnesses of an unwritten Israeli agenda: Erase all traces of non-Jewish heritage.
Added on 09/11/2011
Anthony Weiner , Benjamin Netanyahu , France , G20 , Gordon Brown , Michele Bachmann , New York , Nicolas Sarkozy , Obama , Palestinian Territories , President , Prime Minister , Republican Party , United Nations , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , United States , unnamed official , US Federal Reserve
NEWS ANALYSIS: As if life isn’t difficult enough for President Sarkozy now he has to contend with the consequences of a leaked ‘private’ conversation.
Added on 02/11/2011
Gaza , Israel , Palestine , Palestinian Territories , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , West Bank
Internet service throughout the Palestinian territories disappeared altogether or was running very slowly on Tuesday. A sustained, well-organised attack?
Added on 12/10/2011
James M. Dorsey
2022 World Cup , Barcelona , Bloomberg , Bush Administration , Dubai , Energy , Europe , Fifa World Cup , Football , Madrid , Malaga , New York , Qatar , Soccer , Solar energy , Spain , United Nations , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , Washington
JAMES M. DORSEY: Spain is rapidly emerging as a model for the offsets Qatar, Dubai and other energy-rich Gulf states hope to reap from their massive investments.
Added on 06/09/2011
The View From Fez
Europe , Health , Las Vegas , Ministry of Agriculture , Moroccan desert , Morocco , Oil , oil industry , Paris , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization , United States , Women , Women's issues
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: The many properties and benefits of Morocco’s Argan Oil have been known for a very long time but they’ve suddenly come to the attention of film stars and other celebrities. Good news?
Added on 31/08/2011
Common Ground News Service
Bikyamasr.com , Cairo , Editor-in-Chief , Education , Egypt , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
JOSEPH MAYTON, CGNEWS: Sectarian interpretation of the country’s history is a big problem in Egyptian education. An approach that recognises and celebrates the contribution of ‘the Other’ is long overdue.
Added on 13/06/2011
Electricity , Red Sea , Saudi Arabia , Saudi Gazette , United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
CROSSROADS ARABIA: It’s been rejected by UNESCO as a ‘World Heritage Site’ due to neglect. Will the authorities rescue ‘Old Jeddah’?
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.