Monthly Archives: October 2015
Rightly, or Wrongly, Neighbors Are Compared #egypt #Tunisia
For many reasons, we are very excited that the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet WON the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize on October 8th –pleasantly surprised since Pope Francis and other names were well circulated on popular polls without any mention of … Continue reading
If We Don’t Compare MENA Countries’ Fiscal Fragility, Then How Will Gather Lessons Learned?
Breaking bread, hence sharing a meal with anyone, symbolizes the conscious and informal way of engaging in respectful conversation. Moreover, if one can “break bread” with another, they have taken the first step towards engagement, and building more concretely upon … Continue reading
United Nations General Assembly Speeches Underline #SyriaCrisis
The Annual United Nations General Assembly Summit is convening in New York. The good news: the UN Secretary General –the highest office within the multilateral organization–Ban Ki Moon expressed support by looking forward to raising the Palestine flag like other … Continue reading