Castro's dream for Cuba's artists
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Clayton Swisher is a Doha-based reporter and Director of Investigative Journalism for Al Jazeera Media Network.
In 2011, sources provided Swisher with The Palestine Papers, a trove more than 1,600 confidential records charting the Arab-Israeli peace negotiations for over a decade.
A year later, he delivered What Killed Arafat?, earning the CINE Golden Eagle and nominations for RTS, BAFTA, and Monte Carlo Film Festival.
Swisher has also reported in Pakistan's Bin Laden Dossier, Killing Arafat, Egypt’s Lost Power, and most recently, The Spy Cables.
He is the author of two scholarly books on the Arab-Israeli conflict: The Truth About Camp David (New York: Nation Books, 2004) and The Palestine Papers: The End of the Road? (London: Hesperus Press, 2011).
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Analysis: Israel's spies sought detailed information on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood - to what end?
24 Feb 2015 21:36 GMT | Spy Cables, Egypt, Israel, Mohamed Morsi, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Analysis: Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas colluded with Israel to prevent war crimes charges, according to new leaks.
23 Feb 2015 16:52 GMT | Spy Cables, UN, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Palestine
As scientists, judges and investigators gather in Ramallah, a big surprise is how the PA embraced the probe.
24 Nov 2012 19:18 GMT | Middle East
Was there anything in the medical report requested in 2004 on Arafat's declining health that was surprising?
Clayton Swisher | 21 Jul 2012 08:38 GMT | Middle East
The Kennedy assassination, the Hariri assassination - they were followed by long investigation.
Clayton Swisher | 21 Jul 2012 07:58 GMT | Middle East
Al Jazeera cleared by Ofcam of accusations lodged against it by former Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat.
Clayton Swisher | 12 Oct 2011 13:53 GMT | Politics, Egypt, Israel, Palestine, Qatar
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Media, Cuba, Fidel Castro
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