Added on 19/11/2012
Banking , Barack Obama , Dubai , Middle East , President , Society , United States , World Economic Forum
FRANCIS MATTHEW: The real political drivers today are not heads of government or ideologies. Despite the politician’s speeches, what really drives change is society itself.
Added on 29/04/2012
bankruptcy law , Booz and Co , Dubai , Dubai Political System , East Africa , Egypt , Entrepreneur , GCC , Middle East , Morocco , North Africa , Saudi Arabia , UAE , United Arab Emirates , World Economic Forum
FRANCIS MATTHEW: In all Gulf states government dominates the economy. That dependence fosters a lack of entrepreneurial motivation.
Added on 11/10/2011
Rob L. Wagner
Ankara , Arabs , Bahrain , Bar Ilan University , Bulgaria , Davos , Egypt , France , Gaza , Gaza Strip , Germany , Hamas , Iran , Israel , Istanbul , Mediterranean coast , President , Prime Minister , Recep Tayyip Erdogan , Russia , Shimon Peres , Syria , Tel Aviv , Tourism , Tunisia , Turkey , United Kingdom , United Nations , World Economic Forum
ROB L. WAGNER: Shopkeepers easily transition from Turkish to Russian, Polish and German. Yet Hebrew, once among the languages, is virtually non-existent.
Added on 03/03/2011
Common Ground News Service
Activist , Al Qaeda , Ali Abdullah Saleh , Alice Hackman , Civil society , Common Ground News Service , Democracy , Editor-in-Chief , Egypt , Healthcare , Journalist , Libya , London , Media coverage , Middle East , President , Sana’a , Tawakkul Karman , The Toronto Star , The Washington Post , Time Magazine , Tunisia , United Nations , Women's issues , World Economic Forum , Yemen , Yemen Times
ALICE HACKMAN: She has been profiled by leading international publications but long before the world discovered Tawakkul Karman she was battling fearlessly in support of human rights.
Added on 29/01/2011
2022 World Cup , Bahrain , Davos , Dubai , Energy , Food and Drink , London , Middle East , Qatar , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom , World Economic Forum
STEVE ROYSTON: Taxpayers’ money that could have been spent on new hospitals, refurbished schools, or improved public transport – down the drain.