After 64 years of uninterrupted presence on European TV screens, and its first unexpected hiatus due to the pandemic, the Eurovision Song Contest returns reinvigorated his week, heralding the advent of its third decade into the 21st century.
Though widely known for his sense of realism and moderation, Fareed Zakaria displays a sense of cautious optimism. In his new book “Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World,” the veteran CNN journalist and Washington Post columnist explores the crucial crossroads that humanity finds itself at as it struggles to turn the sinister page of the […]
The recent warm climate between Greece and Egypt is not solely limited to defense cooperation; it is also attracting the interest of the business community. Shafik Gabr, president and founding member of the International Economic Forum in Egypt and founder of the Arab Global Forum initiative, believes it is the right time to deepen investment and economic relations between the two countries.
A joint call for an urgent recalibration of US strategy in the Eastern Mediterranean is made by former US ambassador to Turkey Eric Edelman and Aykan Erdemir, a former MP with Turkey’s Republican People’s Party (CHP) and current director of the Turkey Program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
“Much like the crisis has accelerated the use of technology, technology can now accelerate the exit from the crisis.” With this optimistic message, last month President of EMEA Business & Operations for Google Matt Brittin announced the company’s ambitious new initiative called Grow Greece with Google: an overarching public-private partnership that aims to support the country’s recovery through the use of innovative technology.
Over the past five years, more than 2 million people have crossed the Mediterranean Sea in search of a better future in Europe, according to the United Nations. The reception they meet with has been reported on dozens of times by journalists and think tanks, with most reactions ranging from skepticism to downright fear.
Over the course of this decade, few social perceptions have changed as much as our impression of social media. It’s practically inconceivable to think that, in 2010, Twitter and Facebook were praised as pillars of free speech.