Added on 28/09/2012
Common Ground News Service
Algeria , Civil society , Common Ground News Service , Democracy , Mediterranean , Search for Common Ground , Tunis , Tunisia , Youth
NOUR AWAISS, CGNEWS: So prominent in the protests that swept over the country last year Tunisia’s young people seem to be absent from public discourse now
Added on 07/05/2012
Economy , Turkey , UAE , Youth
FRANCIS MATTHEW: This regional popularity is an asset and the UAE should make every effort to nurture the conditions that built this reputation.
Added on 20/12/2011
al-Masry al-Yawm , Alexandria , Army , Cairo , Coptic Church , Egypt , Egyptian military , Justice Party , Muslim Brotherhood , Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party , Prime Minister , Protests , Youth
JUAN COLE: If the military can depict the youth as wild men to the middle classes, it thinks it might remain in power, with a fig leaf of elections.
Added on 05/08/2011
Army , Egypt , Egypt Protests , LA Times , Ramadan , Supreme Council , Supreme Council of Armed Forces , Tahrir Square , the LA Times , US Federal Reserve , Youth
JACO STOOP: Demonstrators need to develop a new strategy to achieve their goals. Without grassroots support, demonstrations will not be tolerated
Added on 29/07/2011
Anders Behring Breivik , Bahrain , Crown Prince , Geert Wilders , genetic engineering , Middle East , The Crown Prince , United Kingdom , United States , Youth
STEVE ROYSTON: It’s been a very bad time in Bahrain recently but a recent programme involving all sections of the island’s youth provides hope for the future.
Added on 12/01/2011
Algeria , Egypt , Employment , Gaza , Jordan , Lebanon , Middle East , Mohamed Bouazizi , Morocco , Social Media , Stanford University , Tunisia , Unemployment , United States Agency for International Development , West Bank , Yemen , Youth
AHMED AL OMRAN: Identity, lack of economic opportunity, freedom of expression – these are just some of the issues facing young people throughout the Arab World.
Added on 24/12/2010
Abdullah , China , Council of Ministers , Deng Xiaoping , Egypt , Facebook , Hosni Mubarak , Jeddah , Leonid Brezhnev , Middle East , Minister of Information , Ministry of Education , Oil producer , President , Russia , SAR , Saudi Arabia , Social Media , Social networking , Soviet Union , Vladimir Putin , Wen Jiabao , Youth
STEVE ROYSTON: Respect for the elderly is deeply ingrained in Arab society. Saudi Arabia, however, faces a major demographic challenge – a hugely youthful population.