Iran has launched a video-sharing site in its latest effort to provide alternative government-sanctioned Internet services. Dubbed “Mehr,” the Farsi
US President Barack Obama’s campaign for his “fiscal cliff” plan includes the Twitter-verse. The White House has set up a
As the Israeli Defense Forces waged a military campaign on Hamas targets in Gaza today, a different kind of war
Crude-oil futures bounced up over $1 Monday morning after a false Twitter rumor exposed the oil market’s knee-jerk fear of
After months out of the political arena, former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has staged a candid comeback on Twitter.
rces shot dead at least 11 people during mass protests on Friday against President Bashar al-Assad, rights activists and witnesses
By closing its embassy in Damascus and calling back its ambassador to Doha, Qatar is contributing to Syria’s growing international isolation, says political scientist Karim Sader.
Human rights activists and residents of Homs, Syria’s third largest city, are reporting intense gunfire as security forces conduct raids
Qatar lived up to its reputation as a maverick in Middle Eastern politics this week by suspending the operations of its embassy in Damascus.
If we call the Egyptian revolution “the revolution of Facebook,” we can say that the Syrian revolution is “the revolution of YouTube.”