Nos années Marocaines [Our Moroccan Years] – Avuncular American, Gerald Loftus

  *“…Let’s pause to reflect on the good news country that you rarely hear of – Morocco..”*   Gerald Loftus, Avuncular American July 31, 2014 No need to tell readers what we’ve been up to from July 2010 through June 2014 – there are four years of posts to read from TALIM Director’s Blog, when I headed the Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies. But those were unforgettable times, ...

Throne Day in Morocco – CorpsAfrica Blog, Liz Fanning

  * “I strongly believe that our success would not be possible without his commitment to the country’s youth, his recognition of their vital role in the country’s development, and his hope for their future…” *   Liz Fanning, CorpsAfrica Blog July 31, 2014 This Throne Day, I’ve been thinking an awful lot about CorpsAfrica’s place in Moroccan society, specifically as it relates to His Majesty’s statements on youth and ...

Morocco Under King Mohammed VI: Growing, Connecting, and Leading – IGD Leaders

  * “The stability and innovation that have defined Morocco’s attractiveness for investment reflect themes in King Mohammed VI’s leadership.” *   IGD Leaders, (July 30, 2014) — Morocco has always been a crossroads, but now, the Kingdom is embracing that identity more than ever. Fifteen years into King Mohammed VI’s reign, Morocco is experiencing growth that is attracting international investment and identifying the country as a nexus of trade ...

Interview: Ambassador Ed Gabriel on ‘World Brief w/ @AlyonaMink’ – HuffPost Live

    * Click here to watch HuffPost Live report on 15-year anniversary of Moroccan King’s reign *   HuffPost Live, World Brief (Washington, DC, July 30, 2014) — Ambassador Edward M. Gabriel, former US Ambassador to Morocco (1997-2001), was interviewed live today on Huff Post Live “World Brief with @AlyonaMink,” hosted by Alyona Minkovski. Ambassador Gabriel spoke about Morocco’s annual Throne Day celebration, and in particular, how this 15th anniversary of King Mohammed VI’s ...

The US Should Do More for its Oldest Ally – The Hill, Ambassador Edward M. Gabriel

. * “While the future is less certain for many countries in the rest of the region, Morocco has stayed the course under King Mohammed’s strong leadership… Morocco shares our aspirations and hopes for a free, prosperous, and stable Middle East and North Africa region and we would be remiss to let them go it alone.” * . Ambassador Edward M. Gabriel The Hill, ‘Congress Blog’ July 30, 2014 Today, ...
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