David D. Kirkpatrick appears in the following:
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Monday, December 01, 2014
Monday, June 23, 2014
Monday, December 30, 2013
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Thursday, July 04, 2013
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Friday, April 05, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi pled with opposition leaders in Egypt to help him deal with a new wave of unrest around the country. Meanwhile, a state of emergency has been declared in areas along the Suez Canal. David Kirkpatrick is a reporter for our partner The New York Times.
Monday, October 01, 2012
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Friday, June 15, 2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
Egypt's first freely elected Parliament in more than 60 years held its first session this morning. The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party which took more than 40 percent of the seats has vowed to guide Egypt through the transition from military to civilian rule. Joining The Takeaway is David Kirkpatrick, Cairo bureau chief for our partner The New York Times. Also on the program is Michael Wahid Hanna, a fellow at The Century Foundation.
Monday, August 01, 2011
Days after the mysterious death of Libya's top rebel leader, opposition fighters staged an eight-hour gunfight with a group Qaddafi loyalists who were posing as another rebel brigade. Tensions within the rebels ranks suggest that there is not unity among the factions. These developments are are latest in a chaotic, confused, and violent situation.
Friday, May 20, 2011
Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times, David Kirkpatrick, gauges reaction from the Middle East to President Obama's speech. The American perception, according to Kirkpatrick is that the president has made some hard and explicit moves in the Middle East. However, the perception fromthe Arab world is quite different as there's a sentiment that the United States dithered on Egypt, waiting too long to call for Mubarak's ouster, and hasn't done anything effective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, Egyptians have been asking for accountability from Mubarak and his family. Suzanne Mubarak has reportedly agreed to give up $3 million in cash and a villa in a Cairo suburb. Under Egyptian law, by forfeiting the assets, she avoids an investigation into whether they were obtained illegally. There are rumors that Mubarak will apologize to his people; however, this seems unlikely, says David Kirkpatrick, Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times. What does this mean for Egypt's ousted leadership?
Monday, May 09, 2011
12 people died and hundreds were injured in sectarian clashes yesterday in Cairo. The violence was the result of longstanding tensions between Muslims and Coptic Christians in Egypt. Those tensions were softened in the immediate aftermath of the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in February. David Kirkpatrick, Foreign Correspondent for The New York Times, says the violence has slowly crept back into the lives of residents in Cairo.
Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs Magazine, discusses reaction from around the world to the death of Osama bin Laden. Plus: New York Times correspondent David Kirkpatrick reports on the reaction in the Middle East region.
Friday, April 01, 2011
The New York Times' David Kirkpatrick is in Tripoli. He reports on the latest following several high profile defections by Libya's officials.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
The New York Times correspondent, David Kirkpatrick is in Tripoli where government officials have continued to maintain that Col. Gadhafi and his family will stay in the country to the end. This comes as Libya's foreign minister, Moussa Koussa defected to the U.K. He was known as the "envoy of death," says David Kirkpatrick as he was accused of killing Libyan defectors abroad. He has also been charged with being responsible for the Lockerbie bombing. Susan Cohen is the mother of Theodora Cohen who was aboard Pan Am's flight 103. She also co-authored "Pan Am 103: The Bombing, the Betrayals, and a Bereaved Family's Search for Justice." She responds to the news that Moussa Koussa has left Libya.