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accepts invitation from King Abdullah of to participate in World Economic Forum on Middle East to be held later this month.
Qatar has been named the most IT-friendly country in the Middle East in a new report published by the World Economic Forum and INSEAD, the international business school.
How do Islamic societies treat their women? Take Egypt for example. "A UN report in April found that 99.3% of Egyptian women and girls had been sexually harassed. "Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap survey found two weeks ago that Israel is the best country in the Middle East for women's rights." Ari Yashar in today's Israel National News online. Human rights. It's one more reason to support Israel.
We're Hiring! Souktel has the following position open now: Position Title: Chief Operating Officer (COO) About Us: Souktel, Palestine’s first mobile phone job and aid information network, is a leading IT venture based in Ramallah and North America. Souktel’s mission is to help people across the Middle East improve their lives through mobile phone-based information services. Proudly Palestinian, our work has earned us praise from Al Jazeera TV, MBC TV, and Arabian Business Magazine--and has helped us win accolades at the World Economic Forum for the Middle East and the Silicon Valley Tech Awards. Your Job: The COO manages all daily operations for the Ramallah project staff team. S/he also provides leadership to ensure that Souktel has superior operational systems in place to effectively grow the organization. The COO oversees all client-facing staff and holds primary accountability for the quality of projects delivered. In addition, s/he fosters strong relationships within the Souktel team, and between ...
Obama's Hollow Promises Abroad by Daniel Pipes The Washington Times February 12, 2014 U.S. credibility and stature diminish in world affairs, the American president and his secretaries of state and defense engage in eloquent denial. Unfortunately for them, realities trump words, even persuasive ones. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, "where the water-cooler chatter was about America's waning influence in the Middle East," John Kerry proclaimed himself "perplexed by claims... that somehow America is disengaging from the world." Nothing could be further from the truth, he asserted: "We are entering an era of American diplomatic engagement that is as broad and as deep as any at any time in our history." Likewise, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has called for "a renewed and enhanced era of partnership with our friends and allies." In this spirit, Obama has made multiple promises to reassure allies. To South Korea, which depends on the American "tripwire" to deter a demented dictator who could flatten Seoul ...
US Secretary of State John Kerry met Friday with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as he seeks to force the US's agenda for peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA), according to AFP. The two men held closed talks on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in the Swiss mountain town of Davos, ahead of what Washington has billed as a major address by Kerry on the Middle East to the gathering later in the day. Amid turbulence and upheaval across many Arab countries, including the war in Syria, the US administration's foreign policy in the region has been heavily criticised at home and by key Gulf allies for lacking focus. But Kerry was expected to hit back at the accusations to "talk about our commitment to engagement in every region of the world and our commitment to diplomacy as a first resort," a senior State Department official said. "He will make the argument that the myth of disengagement - and particularly the notion that the US is pulling back from the Middle East -- is not only fal ...
So often there are war or rumors of wars to report from the Middle East. But this week Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a fascinating speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos,...
What's This? Palestinians Turn To Russia To Counter US/Israel Peace Process Moves Share this article The Chairman for the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, launched a diplomatic offensive on January 23, aimed squarely at John Kerry’s US-led Middle East peace initiative. His meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev leave little question as to his new direction, or what he hopes to accomplish. The move seems to have come as a surprise to, and caught both Secretary of State John Kerry and Prime Minister Binyamin unprepared. This, by itself would be bad enough, but also, the move seems to have caught the intelligence agencies of both nations by surprise. The two leaders (Putin and Abbas) almost certainly planned in advance to drop their bombshell on the day both Kerry and Netanyahu were otherwise engaged at two international events in Switzerland, Geneva 2 on Syria and the World Economic Forum. The first hint that there was a change on the wind came from an ITAR- ...
Between the US, Egypt and Nigeria As Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan took the stage in Davos, Switzerland at the 2014 World Economic Forum to talk on’ Africa’s Next Billion’ Egypt announced that it was piqued by President Barak Obama’s decision to excludeEgypt from the list of 47 African nations the US President was inviting to a confab in the US in August this year. I do not know the theme of the Obama African Conference from which it has omitted Egypt, its staunch ally in the Middle East, but the theme of this year’s Davos Conference was – The Reshaping of the World; Consequences for Society, Politics and Business. Nothing mirrored the challenge of the 44th Davos World Economic Forum theme more than the immediate response of israel’s President Shimon Peres to the speech of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Day One at Davos. Peres, at 91 the oldest Head of State in the world, lamented that while the Iranian president had spoken eloquently at Davos on cooperation with the UN on its ...
World Economic Forum calls on business leaders to strive for corruption-free world " Oh dear God this would mean Genocide of the most corrupt leadership ( politics, bussines, religion ) in South Asia, South East Asia, Europe, North and Latin America and Middle East becuase this would deprive them from their looted and plundered wealth and will force them to land in the lunch rooms of the Salvation Army " KAC Fon Mathuros, Head of Media, Communications Department, Tel.: +41 (0)79 201 0211, E-mail: fmaEconomic Forum launches PACI Vanguard, a community of global CEOs committed to zero tolerance against corruption The Forum and OECD initiate collaboration for a globally harmonized anti-bribery framework New report, Safeguarding Aviation and Travel Value Chains Against Corruption, looks at collective action on sector-specific corruption More information on the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) can be found here For more information about the Annual Meeting, visit Switzerland, 23 January 2014 – ...
The 2014 World Economic Forum will also probably be talking about threat of internet meltdown, the situation in the Middle East – and the ongoing dearth of women delegates
This week the World Economic Forum gathering business leaders and politicians together meets in Davos Switzerland. This year the main ‘hot spots’ of the event are in the Middle East and Africa with problems of instability also combined with economic opportunities.
Financial Times editor Lionel Barber previews the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He tells economics editor Chris Giles that growing business confidence, Middle East instability, inequality and the impact of technology will top the agenda.
Secretary of State John Kerry, Robert Hormats and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair are heading the cast of Wall Street globalists expecting to make political and economic hay from the latest Middle East bailout proposed by the World Economic Forum. by William F. Jasper
Davos exclusive: Lebanese PM Mikati on economy, regional politics and Syrian crisis Prime Minister Najib Mikati of Lebanon is no stranger to Davos; in a ‘previous life,’ he used to attend the Annual Meetings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a tycoon businessman rubbing shoulders with the world’s most influential movers and shakers. However, he arrives to Davos this year a different man. As head of the Lebanese government in a very delicate time, P.M Mikati comes with a whole new agenda. In an exclusive interview with Al Arabiya, he says that during his participation at the WEF Annual Meeting he will seek to call on economic and political leaders to perceive Lebanon as the beacon of hope for freedom and pluralism in the Middle East. THE SYRIAN CRISIS SPILL-OVER It is true that we have had less tourists coming to Lebanon this year and fewer investments in certain sectors took place. However, our banking sector is still enjoying a growth in its deposits and our economy has shown close to 2 percent ...
SHAME ON OUR LEADERS WHO JUST SEEK SUPPORT FROM US TO KEEP THEIR THRONES INTACT AT ANY COST:: SHAME-SHAME-SHAME Turkish Prime Minister Slammed both the Jewish State (invalid) and the so called world body-the UN ISRAEL DO ETHENIC CLEANSING IN GAZA Prime Minister (PM) Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Israel of ethnic cleansing committed in Gaza and said the Jewish State's air attack could not be considered self-defense. "The ethnic cleansing committed Israel for neglecting the peace in the region and violated international law," said Erdogan, Friday (20/11). "Israel occupied Palestinian Territories gradually." The Prime Minister said Israel's air strikes against the Gaza Strip cannot be considered to defend itself, accused the Western Nations helped what he calls a "terrorist State" by allowing the action of violence in the Middle East. "Sooner or later, Israel will receive a reply for the blood of innocent citizens as a result of its attack on it," he said. He said the Turki, Misr and the Khaleeji count ...
The World's Youngest CEO: Suhas Gopinath When 14-year-old Suhas Gopinath started Globals Inc ten years ago from a cyber cafe in Bengaluru, he didn't know that he had become the youngest CEO in the world. Today, Globals is a multi-million dollar company with offices in the United States, India, Canada, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Singapore and the Middle East and has 100 employees in India and 56 abroad. Among the several honors that have been bestowed upon this young man, the most prestigious is the invitation to be a member of the Board of the ICT Advisory Council of the World Bank.. In 2007, the European Parliament and International Association for Human Values conferred 'Young Achiever Award' on him. He was also invited to address the European Parliament and other business dignitaries assembled in the EU Parliament. He is also recognised as one of the 'Young Global Leaders' for 2008-2009 by the prestigious World Economic Forum. Suhas is the youngest member ever in the World Ec ...
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On June 4 -6, 2012, the World Economic Forum held a special meeting in Istanbul, Turkey on the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia...
6/4-6/6: Istanbul will host the World Economic Forum meeting on the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and Europe.
World Economic Forum on Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey.
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