Opinion





Social change in the face of terrorism

Terrorism is an international issue which demands our careful attention. It has steadily shown how degraded and violent it can be.



Jordan coping with burden of refugees

Jordan may revise its open border policy toward Syrian refugees depending on the outcome of a donor conference that will take place in London on Feb. 4.



Syria’s continuing chemical fallout

The international community’s failure to bring the Syrian civil war to an end is a tragedy.



Ensuring Yemen’s stability

Ten months after the war began in Yemen, there are three powers now stationed in the country: The government and the Arab alliance, Houthis and ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh and the third one is



Nor any drop to drink

As Michael Moore put it in Time magazine last week, “If it were happening in another country, we’d call it ethnic cleansing.” The filmmaker and activist was referring to the poisoning of his home town



Welcome to the 21st century

The start of 2016 has been anything but calm. Falling equity prices in China have destabilized markets worldwide. Emerging economies seem to have stalled.



Living in harmony

The Association of World Citizens, an NGO in consultative status with the United Nations, cooperates fully with the UN-designated World Interfaith Harmony Week Feb. 1 to 7.



When there is nothing to lose

Palestinian journalist Mohammed Al-Qeq has so far spent 66 days on a hunger strike in Israeli jails.

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