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Joshua Keating

Joshua Keating appears in the following:

2012 Overlooked International News

Friday, November 30, 2012

Joshua Keating, associate editor at Foreign Policy, talks about his list of the top ten overlooked stories in 2012 from around the world.

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Underreported: The Stories You Missed in 2011

Thursday, December 01, 2011

On this week’s Underreported, Foreign Policy’s Joshua Keating discusses “The Stories You Missed in 2011,” including India’s military buildup and the shrinking supply of camel meat in Saudi Arabia.

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Why a No-Fly Zone Could Undermine the Opposition in Libya

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

As protests in Libya advance to wrestle power away from Moammar Gadhafi, attacks on demonstrators from helicopters and planes also continue. This has the international community left pondering what it can do. Many lawmakers are calling for a no-fly zone to be declared in Libya, but that may be easier said then done. To help us learn what exactly is a "no-fly zone," and if it actually works, is Joshua Keating, associate editor for Foreign Policy.

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Update on Egypt

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Joshua Keating, associate editor of Foreign Policy magazine, and Omar Cheta, PhD candidate in the department of Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at NYU, update us on the situation in Egypt, the status of President Mubarak, and how he and his fellow Egyptians are feeling about recent developments.

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Haiti and Social Media

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Whereas Twitter played a major role in the 2009 revolutions in Iran, it may not have been that useful during the recent Haiti crisis. Joshua Keating, editor at Foreign Policy, discusses why Twitter may have failed us; and Andy Carvin, Senior Strategist for Social Media at NPR ...

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Above and Beyond

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Compared to Iran, Twitter was not especially useful in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake. Joshua Keating of Foreign Policy and Andy Carvin of NPR's social media desk discuss why some tools prove useful in crisis situations and not in others. Plus, US Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra on government ...