A tall order

In a speech in London last week and in a letter to the president of the European Council, British Prime Minister David Cameron set out his demands for reform of the European Union.

Dual threat of TB, diabetes

Last year, tuberculosis surpassed HIV/AIDS to become the world’s deadliest infectious disease.

The light of Qur’an

The article “How to benefit from Qur’an” (Nov. 13) was very nice and informative. It should be treated as a guideline to increase one’s understanding of the divine book.

Playing the victim

I read with interest the article “The perennial ‘special relationship’” by Jamal Doumani (Nov. 13). The writer has beautifully summarized the history of the US-Israel ties.

Old ally

This is with reference to the article “ASPA— a stitch in time” (Nov. 12) by Sabria S. Jawhar.

The perennial ‘special relationship’

If you had entertained notions about alleged tensions in the US-Israel relationship, or about a lingering animus between Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu, the official meeting of the US president a

Apathetic NRIs: Modi’s trump card

The great Indian diaspora of 32 million has turned out to be Narendra Modi’s trump card.

Is it time for global money?

Today’s world is more economically and financially integrated than at any time since the latter half of the 19th century.

Turkey opposition in disarray

The stunning victory of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s party in legislative elections has plunged the Turkish opposition into disarray, leaving it fighting simmering rebellions and baffled over how

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