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Hadi Fathallah

Freelance Journalist — Freelance
Covers:  Energy, Oil and Gas, Commodities, Food Security, Trade and Governance

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Biography

Hadi Fathallah is director at NAMEA Group, a public policy company based out of Dubai and Beirut, and contributing expert on food security, energy, trade and political risk in the MENA region at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He is a visiting lecturer in strategic negotiations and political economy of oil and gas at the Center of Energy Economics and Management at IFP School, Paris and visiting lecturer in economics at the Faculty of Business and Economics at Beirut Arab Univer…

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@Hadi_FAO — 1,013 followers, 1,714 tweets

RT @a_a_jackson: "In much of Afghanistan, life has never felt more precarious, and the violence has never made less sense."… https://t.co/2Q9QRFqtLG
RT @bopinion: They're very different companies, but the abortive share sales of Saudi Aramco and WeWork have much in common,… https://t.co/Rdrpizhp8O
RT @alialsalim: Lebanon has run consistent budget deficits since ending its civil war 30 years ago, growing debt service costs havi… https://t.co/I5JOuS5Fso
RT @Hadi_FAO: New piece @AtlanticCouncil @ACMideast out on Yemeni-Saudi war and the challenge that the food-water-energy insecuri… https://t.co/U8TNl80CIc
RT @aeberman12: "It’s time to discover a true price of oil...Saudi Arabia should let American shale drillers take the strain. After… https://t.co/W9dYqFlKYU
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What was your first job as a journalist?

NA

Have you ever used a typewriter?

No and I do not wish to. I used to like writing, not typing.

How is social media changing news?

Twitter baby