Opinion



No need to panic over oil prices

Stock markets in the Middle East and the Gulf are being driven down by panic-selling by investors fearing budget cuts due to lower oil revenues, forcing the postponement of government infrastructure p



Whitewashing CIA torture

The logic that torture is a “stain” on US history is the heart of the problem, since it blocks an honest reading of whatever “values” Washington actually stands for.



Bankruptcy of Zionist PR

When it comes to utterly outlandish implausibility, the notion that Gaza might host the 2022 World Cup would be hard to match.



Simmering anger among Syrians

During a Congressional hearing session dedicated for the discussion on Syria and the ISIS, some congressmen were surprised that the US military training program for the Syrian opposition will begin ne



Enough is enough

If United Nations institutes a prize to honor the world’s most forgiving nation, Bangladesh is sure to bag it.



Not hot enough in Lima

IT is nice to know 190 countries are on the same page as they create a barrier against global warming.



A new era of development in KSA

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah appointed nine new ministers as part of the Kingdom’s broadest Cabinet reshuffle in years.



Dual citizenship in today’s world

As citizens of any state, we are subject to a social contract. This is a concept that has been explored again and again in political philosophy, starting in ancient times.



Watch out before you indulge in street treats

The series of inspections carried out by the Jeddah Municipality of a number of well-known local and international food outlets in the city are alarming.



Arab Spring and the chaos that followed

At the beginning of the so-called Arab Spring, many in the Arab world had thought that it would bring an end to the dark night of suffering and the beginning of a new era of peace and prosperity.

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