Empowering young leaders

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman’s reshuffling of top positions is perhaps the most dramatic move in leadership Saudi Arabia has ever seen.

Isn’t it time to end Hezbollah?

There are two parties standing against the agreement formula between the West and Iran regarding Tehran’s nuclear program: Gulf Arab countries and Israel.

Democracy under threat

The cat is finally out of the bag. After crying foul over alleged rigging in May 2014 general elections for almost two years, Imran Khan’s efforts finally seem to be yielding results.

Pan-SAARC disaster management

As the stench of death and destruction permeates a virtually ruined Nepal, hopefully the magnitude of devastation caused by the worst earthquake in 80 years will jolt the SAARC (South Asian Associatio

Bold steps embolden nation

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman’s first 100 days in office have been marked by a series of bold decisions that have left Saudis pleasantly surprised at the measures taken after what seem

All eyes on Camp David

US President Barack Obama is known for his persuasive talents.

Cameron’s Europe

The next 18-24 months are likely to decide the shape of Europe for decades to come, and the United Kingdom has now started the clock on that process.

Saudi Press Roundup

King Salman and citizens

Change is not easy

This is with reference to the article “Illusion of water scarcity” (May 9) by Nadeem Mumtaz Qureshi.

Despicable approach

As per a recent decision by the education authorities, children in Ontario, Canada will be imparted sex education from grade one.

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