Opinion



Indian polls: Careers of many at stake

The outcome of the ongoing parliamentary polls will prove to be a make or break situation for three key politicians.



Upside-down narrative of global warming

When politicians around the world tell the story of global warming, they cast it as humanity’s greatest challenge.



Nobody is winning in Syria

A series of recent interviews given by Syrian authorities to foreign journalists visiting Damascus at the invitation of the government, have given the erroneous impression that the forces of President



Saudi Press Roundup

Let us fight corruption



Destination disaser

Enough. It is incredible that ferries that look like cruise liners and not abras or those ramped squares in Hong Kong sink.



Two-faced truths

In ancient Roman mythology, two-faced Janus was the symbol of transition between past and future, and it was in both directions that his two faces were looking at.



Another Cold War is out of question

Prior to the two great wars, the measure of a nation’s strength was the number of colonies it possessed.



GCC unity must to ensure prosperity

Most of the official news agencies in the Gulf region released a vague report about the latest GCC foreign ministers’ meeting in Riyadh.



Inexplicable

The decision of India’s Election Commission to allow Amit Shah to canvass for votes for his party in the ongoing national election has surprised many.



Is it the end of a two-state solution?

The death of Ron Pundak, one of the original Israeli architects of the 1993 Oslo agreement, brought that historic event back into the public eye.

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