Opinion



Saudia in new Skytrax rankings

Recently, awards were given out by Skytrax, an organization focused on airline quality, to the best carriers globally.



American intelligence put to test

The surge in Donald Trump’s popularity, which has put him ahead of the pack of Republican contenders for the primary elections, tells us many things about the national mood in the US these days.



North Korea’s endgame

Negotiators from the two Koreas appear to have resolved this month’s crisis, in which South Korea’s use of loudspeakers to broadcast messages across the demilitarized zone spurred threats of war from



N-deal: It’s all about business

Do people remember the time when the United States or should I say the “Great Satan” moved one of its aircraft carriers with its task force just a few years ago to the Arabian Sea as a warning to the



Secret behind Indians’ success in US

One rarely hears bad news about Indians in the United States. In fact, one rarely hears about them in general.



Empowering Saudi women

Saudi Arabia has accomplished a milestone by allowing women to register to vote in municipal elections.



Indo-Pak ties: Trust is key

What happened on Aug. 22 in India-Pakistan bilateral context was neither unthinkable nor unexpected.



Effectively tackling terrorism

There is no convincing explanation to turning a train, a coach or any civilian place crowded with people into a battlefield.



Social media and political decisions

The technological revolution has changed the face of communication in society, helped overthrow governments and shaped public opinion and political decisions.



Iran playing double game

The Iranian regime’s bad reputation is not merely propaganda fabricated against it amid a political war, which has been ongoing since the revolution against the Shah.

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