Opinion



Coming of age

The reunification of Germany, nearly 25 years ago, once again placed at the heart of Europe a large power whose location, economic potential, and, yes, history, raised suspicions of revived hegemonic



Putin repeating USSR’s mistakes

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s covert aggression in Ukraine continues — and so do western sanctions against his country.



Getting away with crime

Ever since the 9/11 attacks, which left more than 3,000 Americans dead in one day, the debate on the torture of enemies of state of the United States has been weakened.



Painting India saffron

In this secular but predominantly Hindu nation of more than 1.2 billion people, religious conversions have always been a touchy subject.



Saudi Press Roundup

Training is the key to development



Development for the people

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is destroying lives, decimating communities, and orphaning children at a rate not seen since the region’s brutal civil wars ended more than a decade ago.



Bibi no longer vote magnet

On Monday, the 19th Knesset voted to dissolve itself, less than two years after its election. For many of its members it was a sad day, a kind of political hara-kiri.



In the eye of storm

British spy agencies are under growing pressure to reveal how closely they worked with their US counterparts following 9/11 after a damning US Senate report exposed how the CIA tortured terror suspect



Love thy neighbor

The following words appeared in Greek newspaper Kontranews as a letter written in Turkish addressing Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu during his visit to Greece last week.



A year of divergence

In the coming year, “divergence” will be a major global economic theme, applying to economic trends, policies and performance.

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