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Asad Alex Yawar is a founding member of the OneEuropa NGO, which is supporting the integration of the Western Balkans into the European Union. He has been a freelance journalist since 1995, and his work has been featured on BBC TV's What the Papers Say. His areas of interest include filmmaking, international relations, economics and football. He lives in London.
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London's Digital Business Guru
An interview with Nadeem Azam, CEO of digital marketing agency Azam Marketing
1
There's a famous quotation from the economist John Maynard Keynes which says: "Capitalism is the extraordinary belief th... >>more
2009.04.19
Obama: The New Captain America?
[Analysis] Ten of the most compelling problems that the President-elect must confront
2
The United States is a country in which references to the divine are never far from the public domain, despite the const... >>more
2008.11.18
The Credit Crunch Comes to London
Impending recession raises uncomfortable questions for UK economy
3
While macroeconomic events - the failure of major banks, the meltdown of the housing market, and the lurching of a broke... >>more
2008.10.01
The Global Sound of London Town
An interview with musician Nutyas Surya Gumilang, aka NSG
4
Prestigious recent support slots with Grammy award-winning producer Mark Ronson and new soul icon Adele are indicative o... >>more
2008.07.30
A Spotter's Guide to Euro 2008
Eleven phenomena that the discerning fan should look for in Switzerland and Austria
5
What follows are 11 phenomena that matter profoundly from an overall sporting and cultural perspective, phenomena that m... >>more
2008.06.07
Ten Steps to a Greater London
[Analysis] How the new mayor of London can make historic improvements to the UK's capital
6
In general, the election was disappointing for the quality of the ideas that were proposed by the front-runners. Livings... >>more
2008.05.09
Write the Final Chapter on Yugoslavia
[Opinion] The EU must attend to unfinished business in the western Balkans
7
While it is unlikely that any more wars or border changes are imminent, the situation in most of the former Yugoslavia i... >>more
2008.03.03
Bosnia's Football Revolution
Can new coach Meho Kodro lead Balkan nation to new heights?
8
Despite stunning back-to-back victories over Norway in Oslo and Turkey in Sarajevo which put them back on course to prog... >>more
2008.01.19
English Football: 12 Steps to Salvation
How England can recover from a sensational Euro 2008 exit
9
Just as addicts of all descriptions cling to 12-step programs to assist them in transcending their demons, the English g... >>more
2007.11.27
For the Good of the Game
FIFA Soccer's latest incarnation contains many positive changes
10
FIFA 08 delights slightly more than it disappoints. It will be fascinating to see how it compares with the latest manife... >>more
2007.10.24
A Competition For Europe
Twenty-one countries represented in 2007-2008 UEFA Cup group stage
11
The first UEFA Cup group stage match day is on Oct. 25, 2007. The top three teams in each group qualify for the next sta... >>more
2007.10.11
The Slick Man of Europe?
[Commentary] Asad Yawar asks if Turkey is about to become a first-world country
12
In the last decade or so, Turkey has undergone a transformation so massive that in many important realms -- such as thos... >>more
2007.08.29
Cities Without Souls?
[Opinion] Successful urban centers need a spiritual core
13
In an increasingly materialistic world where conspicuous consumption is often synonymous with personal worth, a spiritua... >>more
2007.07.31
New Wembley, Same Old England
Team England fail to inspire in 1-1 draw against Brazil
14
Languishing well outside the qualification places in Euro 2008 Group E, England coach Steve McClaren had performed a ver... >>more
2007.06.04
A New Cinematic Voice of London
Interview with novelist-turned-filmmaker Charles Michel Duke
15
By the age of 20, he had already penned the cult underground novel "Twenty-Five Chapters," a book with a compelling urba... >>more
2007.05.29
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