Steven Erlanger appears in the following:
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Friday, June 24, 2016
Monday, September 15, 2014
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
This morning Israel has accepted an Egypt-brokered cease fire, but reports are Hamas has rejected it. Steven Erlanger, London bureau chief and former Jerusalem bureau chief for The New York Times, discusses the latest in the Israel-Palestine conflict, and the US response.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Thursday, September 20, 2012
After a weekly French magazine published a cartoon that features a crude caricature of the Prophet Muhammad, the French government immediately closed its embassy and school in Tunisia, and plans to close 20 other embassies and schools on Friday. Steve Erlanger, New York Times Paris Bureau Chief, discusses the cartoon, and what it means for free speech.
Monday, May 07, 2012
Monday, April 09, 2012
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
A spokesman for Alassane Ouattara, Patrick Achi told the BBC that Outtara's forces have control of Laurent Gbagbo's official residence. He is apparently holed up in a bunker negotiating his departure. Meanwhile, France has defended its peacekeeping mission in the country as helicopters belonging to France carried out airstrikes in Abidjan. In appears that the civil war has ended in the country, but the future is still uncertain. For more we hear from Veronique Edwards with the BBC African Service and Steve Erlanger, The New York Times Paris bureau chief.
Thursday, March 03, 2011
Rebel forces continue to fight for freedom from the Gadhafi regime. They have taken over much of the eastern part of the country, but experts say that Gadhafi will likely retain his hold on the capital city of Tripoli. Complicating the current and future situation in Libya is the fact that it's a tribal country, with some factions supporting Gadhafi and others fighting with the opposition.
Monday, February 21, 2011
Following protests in the region, Moroccan demonstrators flooded the streets to rally for political reform Sunday. Along with calling for the monarchy's power to be re-evaluated, protesters chanted slogans heard elsewhere in the Middle East. Steven Erlanger, Paris bureau chief for The New York Times reports from Casablanca. He describes the protests. The demonstrations were authorized by the government and went peacefully. However, the question is whether this is the beginning of something greater.