Opinion



Guidelines to win Turkish presidency

Since ancient Greece, politics has been defined as the art of ruling and managing a state’s affairs and its true purpose has been known as reconciling clashing interests found in society.



US losing the message war

What, exactly, does the United States stand for in the Middle East? More important, what would the average Iraqi, Syrian, Egyptian or Yemeni say that it stands for?



Creative Thinking: Coloring your world

Complete trust in yourself is something you must absolutely “get back”, in case you lost it, “acquire”, in case you have never had it, or “reinforce”, provided you have it but it is not strong enough.



Modi’s first budget: A cautious step to revive Indian economy

THE most sought after official document in India in the month of February is finally out in the open.



Saudi scholarship students and the problems they face

King Abdullah Scholarships Program (KASP) has absolutely changed the demography of the Saudi society. According to statistics disclosed by Minister of Higher Education Dr.



Israeli airstrikes, a rerun of 2012 blitz

A cartoon that appeared in the daily newspaper Haaretz captured the feelings of many in Israel.




Time to end uncertainty

As we witness a surge in young Saudi men and women obtaining free university education abroad thanks to the King Abdullah Scholarship Program, we should also be mindful that not all young people in Sa



Chasm of incomprehension

The phenomenon of young UK Muslim men fleeing their homes to go and wage jihad in Syria is impinging sharply on British national consciousness.



American delusions Down Under

For better or worse, economic-policy debates in the United States are often echoed elsewhere, regardless of whether they are relevant.

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