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Just-in-time IISS

Just-in-time IISS

1 Dec, '101 Comment

The 7th Manama Dialogue run by the International Institute for Strategic Studies [IISS] is almost upon us. It will take place at the Ritz Carlton this weekend from Dec 3rd – 5th and will be attended by virtually the who’s-who in world’s political and security spheres.

What should the delegates really concentrate on? Will their discussions be steamrolled by Wikileaks’ Cablegate?

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M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

25 May, '082 Comments

This is my contribution to the journalism workshop I am attending at the moment where I was privileged to be on the panel discussing the intersection between the old and new media. On the panel with me were Emmabenji (emmabenji.canalblog.com, tunisia), Mohammed Zainabi (zainabi.com, morocco), Yazid Haddar (psycho.dzblog.com, algeria) and Daoud Kuttab (ammannet.net, jordan – […]

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The New Media Environment: Paths to Understanding

The New Media Environment: Paths to Understanding

30 Mar, '084 Comments

The premise of the Aspen Institute’s conference I just attended at the Dead Sea in Jordan was somewhat different from the others I had in the past. This one took on the shape of an informal round table discussion with leaders and visionaries of the industry; in them was the grounded wealth of experience unparalleled […]

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A room with a view

A room with a view

26 Mar, '086 Comments

A room with a view, originally uploaded by malyousif. This is what I see when I open my hotel room’s window… 180 degrees of almost uninterrupted view of the Dead Sea! And now that I’m changed into my toggs, I’m off for a dip. Chat to you later!

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Going to Jordan; the Aspen Institute’s Conference

23 Mar, '080 Comments

I’ll be off to the Dead Sea in Jordan from March 25 – 28th to participate in the Aspen Institute’s The New Media Environment: Paths of Understanding conference. Any suggestions on who should be our traditional Scapegoat of the Moment?

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