Few hours of rain is enough to strip naked the truth, to uncover the core problems disguised under layers of decor and elegance, to cut to the chase and face the ugly reality; our civic infrastructure
This week I thought of writing something different. OK, I admit I did not have anything else to write so I came up with this excuse and my editor was nice enough to accept my idea.
Since the beginning of the campaign against illegal workers, some foreigners who were born in the Kingdom or spent years working here have started calling on the authorities to consider granting th
In a discussion with a Russian official recently, I was surprised by his nostalgic references to the Soviet Union.
The observation by T. H.
Two weeks ahead of the regular biannual meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in Vienna, Riyadh opted for sending an assuring message that it is not very much concerned w
The glow of the Arab Spring wore off in the media a while ago. Violence, internal division and widespread frustration have replaced the hopeful scenes of youth standing up to demand change.
Myanmar’s radical “969 movement” has been central in the recent brutal pogroms against minority Muslims that have left hundreds dead and 12,000 displaced.
This is not merely a fight between Israel and the US. Nor is it only a fight between the White House and Congress. It is also a battle between intellectual titans.
I have recently seen a short video — and read the relevant article — about Harvard (Harvard!) students who do not know what the capital of Canada is.
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