Articles tagged with: international
by Randall Atkins, special correspondent for VoicesofOK.org
Cairo – Drunk on the victories of the recent revolution and ousting of their hated president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s youthful opposition may have just sobered up to the realities of their newly democratic state. … Continue reading
For most who pass through Egypt, it is a tourist destination; a place to see first hand the remnants of an ancient civilization. During the winter months resort towns along the red and white seas serve as a sunny getaway for middle class westerners, but what is lost on most of these visitors is the vast inequities and contradictions that exist in the country.… Continue reading
All photos are Copyright (c) 2010 Rebecca Ann Sherry and may not be reproduced without written permission. Click here for the accompanying photo essay.
by Michael Givel
From late June 2009 to late December 2009, I was honored to serve as the first ever American Fulbright scholar in Bhutan, a small constitutional monarchy between India and People’s Republic of China. … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of columns on the politics of local food by Kara Joy McKee, general operations manager of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative. The Coop connects consumers to local food producers through a website that allows people to order directly from Oklahoma farmers.… Continue reading
From The Journal Record:
On a simple bridge in a quiet backyard, a Rwandan and an Oklahoman take a moment to reflect on their journey.
“We have a great relationship,” said Angie Hendricks, president and chief executive of Bentley Hedges Travel Services in Oklahoma City.