Opinion



Showing child labor the ‘red card’

Most of us seem to take it for granted when we see young children on street corners begging or selling chewing gum or cheap trinkets.



Between hope and history

It is hard to avoid the conclusion that the upcoming Israeli elections will not be about peace with the Palestinians.



Will the ‘Plan C’ work for Khan?

Winters are setting in, but the political temperature is once again rising in Pakistan. During yet another massive public rally on Nov.



Time to revitalize SAARC

Is the very concept of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) gradually loosing relevance as its progress has been held hostage by the longstanding rivalry between India and Pakistan



Babri Masjid tragedy

A new study by Yale University (yes, the same university Indian HRD Minister Smriti Irani claims to have a ‘degree’ from) reports that Hindu-Muslim riots in India strengthen the "ethno-religious pa



Israel’s apartheid is a reality

Around 47 years after the fact, the colonization of Jerusalem continues to chafe at Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims around the world — and for good reason.



We aren’t a nation of lazy, spoiled brats!

No Saudi takers for 1,947 jobs at 44 companies screamed the rather sensational headline in this newspaper a few days ago. Really?



Humanitarian impact of nukes

In 1983, three years before I was born, a chilling television docudrama about the consequences of a nuclear war was broadcast around the world.



Saudi Press Roundup

The question of women driving



Goodbye good car

Three years of good friends down to a couple of pieces of paper and a signature and it was over.

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