Better late than never

Some of the world’s most gruesome diseases are finally getting a bit of attention.

What love? What jihad?

Study the past, advised Cicero, to know the future. But those who forever live in the past end up eclipsing their present and the future.

Toward a GCC-Australian partnership

I write this week from Australia, where I spent about a month exploring this fascinating continent, visiting several of its states and territories, including Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, and

Migration’s hall of mirrors

Thursday 11 September 2014
On both sides of the Atlantic, anti-immigrant politics are undermining democracies and damaging lives.
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A second glass of OJ for Oscar

Any body for a second glass of OJ? I don’t know how justice is dispensed in South Africa but this is chewing gum stuff.

Wider strategy needed to deal with terrorists

The war on the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group has figured high on the agenda of conferences and meetings all over the world.

Price of not heeding Kingdom’s advice

With the traditional Middle East political map disintegrating before our very eyes, the search is on for the reasons that have led to this calamity.

Changing perception of Saudi hospitality

No matter how hard we Saudis try, we often just can’t get that hosting thing down.

Gaza’s French friend

The other day the UK Palestine Solidarity Campaign convened a meeting in London to discuss the deficiencies of the BBC’s coverage of Israel’s latest onslaught on Gaza.

Low tune at the tennis turnstiles

I don’t get it. The moment it was clear the Roger Federer had been couriered out of the finals by Cilic and two relatively unknowns would face off in the US Open finals the ticket prices collapsed.

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