Opinion

Beginning of a new chapter in Indo-Iraq relations

2013-07-02 00:04
Is India inching toward making a post-war factious Iraq one of her key strategic partner in the Middle East? Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid’s fairly successful trip to Baghdad last month rais...

Syrian crisis leaves Jordan in a spot

2013-07-01 03:03
JORDANIANS are suspicious about US weapons and troops being deployed to the kingdom, even if Washington seeks to help its ally protect itself from a possible spillover of Syrian violence, experts say....

Militancy mars Pakistan progress

2013-07-01 03:05
PAKISTAN’S militants have struck again. In their latest attack, nine foreign tourists were killed in the country’s picturesque Gilgit-Baltistan region. Wearing police uniforms, the militan...

The debt trap

2013-07-01 03:06
It took 14 years. But this morning I am debt free. I ran seven newspapers in the GCC at different times over the last 29 years and people were kind to the chair. Among them were bankers. Sweet talking...

Snowden may finally be left out in the cold

2013-06-30 03:00
NEARLY a month after Edward Snowden exposed top secret US surveillance programs, the former spy agency contractor looks no closer to winning asylum to evade prosecution at home — and his options...

Oil again and again 

2013-06-30 03:08
The relation between Sudan and South Sudan will continue its ups and downs for the foreseeable future, with oil constituting the core of this relationship. Over the past few days, oil issues between...

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