The N-deal that wasn’t

Recently, it came to light that the United States was attempting to negotiate with Pakistan a deal to constrain the Pakistanis’ fast-growing nuclear weapons program.

US’ commitment to education

This month marks the 16th annual International Education Week, an event that celebrates the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.

Emboldened Iran

I read with interest the article “Look who’s talking” (Nov. 17) by Abdulrahman Al-Rashed.

Rain aftermath

Once again heavy rains lashed Jeddah on Tuesday exposing the vulnerability of the city’s infrastructure.

Sending ground troops

This is with reference to the report “US ‘no’ to boots on the ground” (Nov. 17). Washington is making a huge mistake.

Different response

I read with interest the article “Silence over Beirut blasts” (Nov. 17) by Belen Fernandez. It was a very nicely written article that exposed the hypocrisy of the world, particularly the media.

Look who’s talking

I am not surprised that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called on the United States to offer an apology for its past behavior before opening embassies in each other’s capitals.

Celebrating sham democracy

Writing in the New York Times in an article entitled, “Myanmar Generals Set the State for Their Own Exit”, Thomas Fuller expressed his and the media’s failure to recognize the total fraud that is Burm

No mercy for Daesh

On the very same day that Paris was attacked by soulless scum who’ve achieved new heights in bestiality, US President Obama praised the killing of British decapitator “Jihadi John” and patted himself

Silence over Beirut blasts

As news arrived of terror attacks in Paris that ultimately left around 129 people dead, US President Barack Obama characterized the situation as “heartbreaking” and an assault “on all of humanity.”

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