In part one of this two part interview, Dennis Wholey speaks with the Ambassador of the League of Arab States, Mohammed Al Hussaini Al Sharif. Dennis and the Ambassador discuss the history and importance of the Arab League and explore how it orients towards a variety of issues in the Arab World today.
This week, in alliance with the international women’s organization Vital Voices, Dennis Wholey speaks with women activists that have played important roles in the Arab Spring. This two part program will include the incredible stories of courage from four different women from Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Yemen.
In a timely interview Dennis Wholey speaks with Hussein Hassouna, Ph.D, Ambassador of the League of Arab States to the United States. Ambassador Hassouna explains the mission of the Arab League and discusses the League’s involvement in Syria, Egypt, Israel/Palestine, the surrounding region and the League’s role in the United States.
This week Dennis Wholey discusses the tremendous shifts that have taken place throughout the Middle East as a result of the Arab Spring, with Dr. Marina Ottaway, Former Director and Senior Associate at the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace.
Dennis Wholey speaks with Dr. James Zogby about his new book “Arab Voices”. Dr. Zogby, who is also President of the Arab American Institute, discusses the need for the west to listen to what the Arab World has to say, and to understand that the lives of people around the world are not as different as many in the west believe.
This week Dennis Wholey speaks with renowned Washington Post columnist, David Ignatius about the recent events in Egypt, Tunisia and the current political climate of the Middle East.
Join host Dennis Wholey as he discusses the recent uprisings in the Middle East with Dr. Marina Ottaway, Director of the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace.
This week on THIS IS AMERICA Dennis Wholey speaks with Richard H. Solomon, Ph.D., President of the United States Institute of Peace. Together they discuss the unique work of the United States Institute of Peace and its important efforts across the globe.
This week Dennis Wholey visits three historical locations in Southern Europe and the Middle East. The program explores the biblical location of the Pillar of St. Paul in Cyprus, the desert city of Petra in Jordan and the Pyramids of ancient Egypt