The New York Times David Kirkpatrick says Mubarak is guilty of far-fetched conspiracy theories for thinking he could influence Washington through Israel. But Tom Friedman would surely agree
Jeffrey Goldberg says that Israelis are right to think that slaughter in Arab countries means they are under no pressure to make peace with Palestinians
Mideast Media Sampler 07/10/2013 - Why doesn't David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times tell the complete story about the Muslim Brotherhood?
It looks rather like a prediction I made last week is already being fulfilled: Ben Hubbard, David D. Kirkpatrick, 'Sudden Improvements in Egypt Suggest a Campaign to Undermine Morsi', The New York Times July 10, 2013. These journalists...Show More Summary
This is not something that you see every day. It works pretty well in this case, considering… David Kirkpatrick, Ben Hubbard and Alan Cowell, "Army Ousts Egypt’s President", NYT 7/3/2013: The general, who had issued a 48-hour ultimatum to Mr. Morsi on Monday to respond to what he called widespread anger over his administration’s troubled [...]
By David Kirkpatrick What inefficiencies frustrate you in your day-to-day life? What could work better about your home and the things that surround you--your car,...
Wednesday's New York Times story by Cairo correspondent David Kirkpatrick about a car-bombing in Libya buried an important new development in the Benghazi scandal. A report from House Republicans accused then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of rejecting a call for additional security for U.S. Show More Summary
The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg writes that he spent "months" with Jordan's "semi-absolute monarch," King Abdullah II, for the lengthy profile out Tuesday. It's worth reading in full. As The New York Times's David Kirkpatrick points out, though, Abdullah seems to have some tough words for just about everybody everywhere. Read full article >>
At 2013 International CES in Las Vegas, Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg was on the SuperSession panel, discussing the way “The New Network Effect Changes Everything.” With Techonomy founder and CEO David Kirkpatrick moderating,...Show More Summary
This from David Kirkpatrick's latest New York Times' dispatch from Cairo (co-authored by Kareem Fahim.) Kirkpatrick's work has been extraordinary throughout the latest crisis, and this report is full of key details on...
(Scott Johnson) David Kirkpatrick is the New York Times’s man in Cairo. In the second paragraph of his long news analysis on the “crisis” precipitated by the pending Constitution, Kirkpatrick goes deep with an unnamed source to reveal...Show More Summary
This one comes straight from the "There are none so blind as those who refuse to see" Department. On Wednesday, in an interview with talk show host Hugh Hewitt (HT Daily Caller), New York Times Cairo Bureau Chief David D. Kilpatrick character...
David Kirkpatrick, the Cairo bureau chief for the New York Times, joins me from Egypt at the start of today's program. The transcript will be posted here.
In the opening session of Techonomy 2012 today, Techonomy founder David Kirkpatrick interviewed Ray Kurzweil, the futurist and transhumanist who has developed a cult following for his prediction of the merging of humans and computer...
I didn't notice this when it was first published, but David Kirkpatrick wrote a must-read piece on the Benghazi attacks in the New York Times on Monday. I've been mildly critical of the Obama administration for sticking too long to the...Show More Summary
David Kirkpatrick reports in the New York Times: Did the attack grow out of anger against an American-made video mocking the Prophet Muhammad, or was it waged by an affiliate of Al Qaeda out to mark the 11th anniversary of its attack...Show More Summary
Following a lively discussion online about their interview with President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt, two New York Times reporters, Steven Erlanger and David D. Kirkpatrick respond to reader questions.
Eric Schmitt and David Kirkpatrick provide more indications that "Al Qa'ida" in its various incarnations today is more a marketing label than anything meaningfully connected to the group led by Osama bin Laden that organized the 9/11...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) The assault on the American embassy in Cairo and the murders in Benghazi have been served up by the media as some kind of protest against an obscure film by a mysterious filmmaker. See, for example, David Kirkpatrick’s...Show More Summary
In the last session at today’s Techonomy Detroit conference at Wayne State University, Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey say down for a talk with David Kirkpatrick, along with Dan Gilbert, the chairman of Rock Ventures and Quicken Loans, and the majority owner of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers. The topic of the talk: “the city [...]