Opinion



Waste of Yemeni talent

For the past couple of years, Yemen has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Let us for a moment just forget about a coalition trying to pull Yemen out of the dark tunnel of miseries.



China’s role in global governance

It is safe to say that the most consequential geostrategic development of the last two decades has been China’s rise.



A justified military response

Only firm action works with those who respect no agreements and enter into dialogue just to gain time. Such elements understand nothing but the language of force.



All hope is not lost

While the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is in the news for past several weeks for all the wrong reasons and seems to be imploding, two questions are supremely important and need to be answered.



Fighting antimicrobial resistance

Existing antimicrobial drugs are becoming ineffective.



How ‘Decisive Storm’ saved Yemen

Operation Decisive Storm was launched in the early hours of last Thursday (March 26), by a sizable regional and international coalition led by Saudi Arabia, at the request of Yemen’s legitimate govern



Houthi-Saleh alliance asked for it

Saudi Arabia’s reaction to the Houthi mutiny in Yemen was expected — and justified.



New thinking on regional security

Establishing joint Arab institutions, a joint economic market and a unified currency and passport have always remained mere wishes.



Fool me once

Fool me once, shame on you, goes the saying notoriously mangled by former US President George W. Bush. “Fool me twice, shame on me.” Well, shame on him, on several accounts.



Last chance for Ukraine and Europe

The European Union stands at a crossroads. The shape it takes five years from now will be decided in the coming 3-5 months.

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