Reviving the Arab world’s anemic political systems

Many Arab countries have sickly, anemic political systems that are sorely in need of rehabilitation if not outright regeneration.

Who will stop these child killers?

Editors face this dilemma in the newsroom almost on a daily basis.

Gaza assault faces failure

As the assault on Gaza enters its third week, the Israeli army is no closer to achieving its military objectives than it was on the first day.

MH17: Terror in the sky

First of all, I would like to express my deep sympathy to the families and friends of all the innocent victims who died aboard Malaysia’s flight MH 17.

Modi needs to address caste issue

India dreams of becoming a superpower and with the election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who wields considerable power thanks to the absolute majority he has been given by the electorate, India is

Is peace applicable in Palestine?

Jon Stewart, in a recent episode of his Daily Show, presented a black comedy about the survival choices of Palestinians in Gaza.

Gaza’s resistance will not be crushed

On the 13th day of Israel’s so-called Operation Protective Edge, stories of entire families collectively pulverized, women and children keenly targeted by Israeli soldiers saturate the media.

The end of land grabs?

According to Saudi press reports, the Ministry of Justice has uncovered false land deeds for large swaths of land in Riyadh and other provinces.

Malaysian Airlines disaster has been politicized

When I first glimpsed the wreckage of a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 on TV, my immediate thought was at last they’ve discovered the mystery of the missing plane.

A ‘stormed’ nation in mourning

Seventy-seven Filipinos perished when Typhoon Glenda (or, Rammasun) pummeled the Philippines with gusty winds that uprooted century-old trees, felled electric posts, lifted roofs from houses and bashe

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