Opinion



Editorial: MERS — no need to panic

Though there can be no ignoring the misery and heartache of the friends and families of its victims, the number of people in the Kingdom known to have died from the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome re



Off the PBA court: Pacquiao playing for KIA?

Manny Pacquiao scored a unanimous decision over American Timothy Bradley in their world championship showdown last Sunday in Las Vegas, silencing his former conqueror at the proper arena where he i



The other side of the mirror: Yes, it was just yesterday...

How easily youth can flee without even the courtesy of a farewell, such bad manners.



Mr. Abuser, beat a retreat!

Saudi Arabia has taken another step to curb domestic violence against women by implementing a tough law that fines wife-beaters up to SR 50,000 and hands down jail sentence if found guilty of spousal



For some vets, the war will never end

Accompanied by the first lady, President Obama flew to Fort Hood, Texas, last week to console a mourning military community and eulogize three soldiers, all veterans of the Iraq war, who had been kill



An illegitimate claim?

China is now facing challenges to its maritime claims.



Musharraf case: Sharif walks a tightrope

Although the two Sharifs — Nawaz and Raheel — seem to have defused what barely a week ago looked an ominous situation, the crisis is far from being over.



Future of economic uplift

Slowly but surely, the debate about the nature of economic growth is entering a new phase.



SMEs versus small overseas enterprises

The small and medium enterprises (SMEs) issue in the Kingdom has been debated heavily in the last few years.



History may well judge Russia’s leaders harshly

Does history repeat itself? Are we seeing the signs of a new Cold War developing from the polarization between the US and Russia, the heir of the collapsed Soviet Union?

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