Middle East - North AfricaBusiness

Delta Restarts Tel Aviv Service From New York

by Trevor Williams | July 25, 2014 Two days after diverting a plane with 273 passengers and 17 crew bound for Tel Aviv to Paris for security reasons, Delta Air Lines Inc. on July 24 restarted its flights to the Israeli tech hub.  More
EuropeEconomic Development

Georgia City Leaders Chosen to Study Denmark's Livable Capital

by Trevor Williams | July 25, 2014 Georgia city leaders including one mayor will travel to Copenhagen in August on a Knight Foundation program to learn from the Danish capital’s approach to enhancing livability. More
AmericasBusiness

Suniva Sees Bright Solar Future in U.S., Mexico

by Trevor Williams | July 25, 2014 Five years ago, exports accounted for about 90 percent of solar cell and panel manufacturer Suniva Inc.’s sales, while only 10 percent came from the U.S. Now, that proportion has flipped as an increasing appetite for solar energy and an evolving regulatory landscape have made the U.S. one of the top three markets for the industry globally. More
AfricaEducation

Africa's 'Talented Tenth' Praise Clark Atlanta Stay

by Phil Bolton | July 25, 2014 The legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois was palpable at a farewell ceremony held for the 25 participants in the Young African Leaders Initiative the evening of July 24 at Clark Atlanta University. More
AsiaCulture

Where's the Beef? Communication Still a Challenge in China-U.S. Deals

by Trevor Williams | July 24, 2014 Thirty-five years after China and the U.S. linked up diplomatically, the curse of Babel lives on in the relationship between the world’s two largest economies.  More