Political Dialogue Across the Middle East 2000 thereafter
We all say in our own lives that money isn't everything.
Love matters, friendships matter.
My relationship with my kids matters.
It shouldn't be a giant leap to take that thought and introduce it into political dialogue.
- David Cameroon Why Do we need Dialogue in politics? We live in terror because dialogue is no longer possible, because man has surrendered entirely to history, because he can no longer find that part of himself, every bit as real as history, that sees beauty in the world and in human faces.
We live in a world of abstractions, bureaucracies and machines, absolute ideas, and crude messianic.
We suffocate among people who think they are right in their machines as well as their ideas.
For those who can live only with dialogue, only with the friendship of men, this silence means the end of the world.” - Albert Camus
Kemal Yildirim is an author of Middle Eastern studies.
He writes books about history, Politics and Diplomacy about the Middle east, Africa and South East Asia as well as Latin America.
He has published many books and articles.
He has also directed and produced feature and short films as well as Documentaries.