Monthly Archives: March 2013
Breaking Pita-Bread Over Business & Investment
We are pleased to reshare a piece written by Afshin Molavi, Director at Oxford Analytica on the Islamic Banking, a continuously growing sector in the Gulf countries and beyond. His piece for The Majalla also cites one of PITAPOLICY’s articles … Continue reading
Syria: Chemical Weapons is Old News, #whatNext?
On Wednesday, March 20th at 9pm EST, PITAPOLICY Founder, Mehrunisa Qayyum appeared on Huffington Post Live to participate in the segment: “March to War in Syria”. This was her second appearance on the show. The challenge was to reframe the … Continue reading
E-Diplomacy & #Twiplomacy: Where Are the MENA Countries on this?
Last night, PITAPOLICY Consulting & Blog was invited to attend an event that shares best practices on public diplomacy over social media, or E-Diplomacy. So, PITA’s founder, Mehrunisa Qayyum, gladly attended–and tweeted 🙂 For those focusing specifically on Twitter, the … Continue reading
Arab Media Analyst POV – #PITAPAL Reflects on Women’s Online Voice
Dear Pita-Consumers, Thanks to all who attended our third workshop covering strategy development from our joint initiative with Jordin’s Paradise “Mind Your Body, Exercise Your Mind” series. Our next one is scheduled for April 14th ,Sunday at 2pm in Washington, … Continue reading
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Why Haven’t 1,000 Shoes Been Launched at Syria’s Foreign Minister Yet?
“I do not understand how the United States can give support to groups that kill the Syrian people. One who seeks a political solution does not punish the Syrian people.” ~Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem Wow. If Syria’s Foreign Minister … Continue reading