Articles in major media and academic publications written by New Silk Road Monitor Editor Afshin Molavi.
DUBAI — “No, I do not need a barber pole,” I said. “But it is real, you see,” the young Pakistani salesman said, “like the ones in America.”
Tis the season to go to Ibiza. Or Bali. Or Miami, or maybe just pack the car, round up the kids, and go to a nearby beach. August is, after all, vacation month in much of the Western world and is also vital to the bottom line of the global travel industry, one of the...
“If you are going to do something meaningful,” the late Israeli statesman Shimon Peres told a colleague making a big life decision, “you must know two things: First, nothing meaningful comes easy and you must be prepared for a tough battle. Secondly, since you are...
Shortly after Egypt’s 2011 uprising ended with the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, prominent Egyptian investor Ahmed Heikal said: “If we get things right, we could be Turkey in 10 years. If we get them wrong, we could be Pakistan in 18 months.”
When A.C. Milan took to the field against Inter Milan last November, the clash represented one of the great rivalries in all of European soccer, a battle between two of of Italy’s most storied soccer franchises, both with histories dating back more than a century.
Afshin Molavi interviews some of the world’s leading thinkers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, and writers, in a series known as Tea with emerge85.
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