Opinion



Britain’s Zionist thought police

Following the massacre at the Paris office of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, “Je suis Charlie” became the slogan of UK government ministers keen to proclaim their commitment to free spee



US police — trained to shoot

A chilling video captured the final moments of Walter Scott’s life. Empty handed, he runs from a police officer who pulls his gun and fires eight shots.



Iran’s deal and our planet

Last Friday, all media outlets across the world were buzzing with one news i.e. Iran’s nuclear deal with the world powers.



Iran deal: More work to be done

Last week, the United States, Iran, and our negotiating partners from the UN Security Council and European Union agreed on the parameters of a plan that, if finalized and implemented, will prevent Ira



Wrong approach toward Arabs

I tried to ignore US President Barack Obama’s interview with the New York Times because I am sure it was part of his propaganda campaign for the initial deal with Iran.



China’s ‘new normal’

I just spent a week in China, where I participated in the Boao Asia Forum, a conference similar to the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos.



Thaw in Indo-Pak ties?

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his foreign minister Sushma Swaraj have engaged with 94 countries in first 10 months of Bharatiya Janata Party’s government.



Who’ll police the police?

Five Muslim men were killed by the Telangana police in an “encounter” on Tuesday when the alleged terrorists tried to "overpower" the cops and “snatch their weapons” while being taken to Hyderabad for



Tehran’s massive mistake in Yemen

Iran has undoubtedly miscalculated badly by interfering in Yemen.



Toward a nuke-free world

The shocking thing about nuclear weapons is that they seem to have lost their power to shock.

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