Opinion



Yemen’s elusive solutions

First Tunis. Now Yemen. One, a museum, the other in houses of worship. Is nothing beyond the pale for these people, nothing sacred that they could destroy 142 lives on whim.



Pushing ME into nukes race

Amid the ongoing Iran’s nuclear issue debate, Saudi Arabia has taken a prominent position.



KAEC: A dream yet to materialize

Around a decade or so ago, a new city was planned in the Kingdom.



Riyadh Metro is worth the wait

Taking initial steps is always difficult. This holds true when it comes to undertaking huge projects or missions, which bring about drastic changes that have a great impact on the future.



Saudi Arabia and Iran's clashing styles in regional policy

One notices sharp contrast between Saudi Arabia’s good-neighbor policies as outlined in Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman’s recent speech and Iran’s increasing interventionism in Iraq, Syr



Netanyahu’s true face

In his bid to secure reelection, Benjamin Netanyahu stated that an independent Palestinian state would not see the light during his term in office.



US’ bickering Asian partners

American diplomats like to portray their country’s allies in glowing terms.



Resolving Syrian crisis

The astonishment over US Secretary of State John Kerry’s remarks about negotiating with Bashar Assad to resolve Syrian crisis is beyond comprehension.



Muzzling voices of dissent

Even as Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj was complaining about Pakistani intelligence agencies’ high-handedness and outrageous conduct toward serving Indian diplomats in Pakistan recently; back h



Why India always amazes me?

A few months ago, I got an invitation to attend an event at the NASA Mission Control Center at Johnson’s Space Center in Houston, Texas, to be held by the end of this month.

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