Opinion



King Abdullah’s education plans stood out

I would like to express my deepest condolences to fellow citizens on the passing of our beloved King Abdullah.



Barry, Narry and the danger lying ahead

So how do you go from being an international pariah for 12 long years to becoming the best friend and partner of Uncle Sam overnight?



All suited and booted

The last person to be given a sartorial dressing down was an emperor and he had no clothes at all. But you can play hell into the word by messing about with it. It’s a long suit. Suit yourself.



Editorial: Another visionary takes the helm

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has taken on his duties during the most testing times in modern history. Yet few leaders can have come to the task better equipped to cope.



Pakistani media need to realize its responsibilities

The role of media is central to the functioning of democracy.



Potential traps on the path to US-Cuba normalization

On Dec. 17, 2014, Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro made history by each taking a bold and politically brave step: They agreed to begin the process of normalizing relations.



The Nigerian corruption

“Imagine me and you are fighting — we both have guns but mine is pretty old; while you are wearing a bullet proof vest, I am carrying an umbrella; my vehicle just produces smoke and is short on fuel,



Israel deceiving the world

This refers to Linda S. Heard’s fabulous article, “Netanyahu upsets allies.” (Jan. 28)



Testimony to KSA’s significance

President Barack Obama’s high-profile, bi-partisan delegation to Riyadh this week marked a shift in the United States’ relationship with Saudi Arabia.

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