Taking Saudi-US ties to new levels

Prince Miteb bin Abdullah’s visit to the United States is talk of the town these days.

‘Nationalization’ drive

The Shoura Council suggested the establishment of an official firm called the ‘Saudization Mission’.

Homeowners crave quality finish

The beauty of being Saudi is our access to new housing through a wide range of programs. And the tragedy of being Saudi is actually living in new housing.

Rain, rain, go away!

Back in the summer days, I was driving in Orlando, Florida, of the United States.

Memoirs of a Saudi Ph.D. student: The moment of truth

For any Ph.D. scholar, viva voce is the moment of truth.

The master of distraction

Arguably, no other Israeli politician has ever played up the issue of security to frighten voters as effectively as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

How relevant was G-20 summit to Saudi Arabia?

Earlier this month, Australia hosted the ninth G-20 summit of the greatest economic powers. It was after November 2008 summit in Washington that so many top leaders met on a platform.

Ready to bury the hatchet

In a historic visit to Pakistan, the newly elected President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan showed a resolve to renew ties with Pakistan and strengthen cooperation in all areas for a more prosperous futu

Water down the drain

According to a recent report of the World Health Organization (WHO), a total of 748 million people lack access to clean water on a regular basis in the world and an estimated 1.8 billion people are ex

Deep state threatens India’s national unity

Indian Premier Narendra Modi’s fervent appeal to the international leadership to wholeheartedly reject any linkage between religion and terrorism, while formulating a genuine partnership in the fight

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