Monthly Archives: May 2013
World Economic Forum Covers Energy, Employment, #SSN, #Syria…What did the #WEF not cover?
The World Economic Forum just held its meeting in Jordan this past weekend and focused on energy, employment, Palestinian peace, and smatterings of Syria crisis issues. However, certain political issues were avoided. For example, questions about both Lebanon’s suspended elections … Continue reading
Libya in 3D: TEDx, Finance, & Legislation
Libya is more than just a country where the Benghazi Terror attacks claimed four American lives. It is a country where women lead NGOs, the Libyan Diaspora participate, and the legislation is fluid. This week we are highlighting “Libya in … Continue reading
Mother’s Day: Nine Month Return on Investment=Immeasurable.
Dear Mothers of PITA-Consumers, Thank you for serving as THE MOST influential socio-political-economic factor in each of our lives. This mother from #Syria fed her family by selling all her jewelry http://ow.ly/kVQYj v @WFP @UN_Women #MothersDay #Unconditional #Relief Why we … Continue reading
New Arab Minister: Vote for Experience or New Point-of-View? #Egypt
Photo Credit: via @Truthcaller سامح الخطاري 7 May في الصورة ابن #التحرير في الثورة وابن #الإخوان المسلمون – وزير الاستثمار #يحيى_حامد اصغر وزير بتاريخ #مصر 35 عام pic.twitter.com/Cd8JD0yFv6 Egypt appointed a new Minister of Investment: Yehia Hamed, age 35, from the … Continue reading
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