Executive Director at the Afro-Middle East Centre, Na'eem Jeenah. discusses the implications of Syria joining multi-national talks with Russia and the USA.  

Jeenah on SAfm talk show on Mali

  • 26 March, 2012
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AMEC's executive director, Na'eem Jeenah, was a guest on "Afternoon Talk" on national radio station SAfm this afternoon talking about Mali. While the big news about Mali at the moment is the coup in that West African country, Na'eem spoke about the country, its culture, people, and history. One focus of the call-in show was the Timbuktu manuscripts.

Jeenah on Syria - SAfm

  • 15 March, 2012
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AMEC Executive Director Na'eem Jeenah was interviewed by national South African radio station SAfm for the PMLive show on 15 March 2012. Jeenah was asked about the situation in Syria one year after the uprisings in that country began. He said unless there would be a political solution proposed that would be acceptable to both the regime and the opposition, there seems to be no end in sight to the crisis. He commented that the Kofi Annan mission seems doome to failure, having been rejected by both the Syrian regime and the opposition Syrian National Council. Asked who a possible…

Kofi Annan's mission to Syria

  • 13 March, 2012
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Na'eem Jeenah, AMEC's executive director, was interviewed on 'Morning Live' on the South African national radio station SAfm, on 13 March 2012 about the mission of former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan to Syria. Annan has been jointly appointed as envoy to Syria by the United Nations and the Arab League. Annan met Syrian president Bashar al-Asad twice over the weekend (10-11 March) and also had meetings with members of Damascus-based opposition groups. He was due to meet the opposition Syrian National Council (SNC) in Turkey on Tuesday, 13 March. Jeenah noted that the situation in Syria was getting worse…
As Nigeria enters the New Year under a state of emergency, how worrying is Boko Haram's growing violence? Inside Story discusses with guests: Na'eem Jeenah, Richard Dowden and Isaac Olewale Albert.
As Nigeria enters the New Year under a state of emergency, how worrying is Boko Haram's growing violence? Inside Story discusses with guests: Na'eem Jeenah, Richard Dowden and Isaac Olewale Albert.

State of Emergency in Egypt

  • 30 November, -0001
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Egypt's cabinet has approved a countrywide state of emergency for three months, a day after two church bombings left at least 44 people dead. It needs to be approved by parliament within seven days in order to remain in place.
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