Opinion



Israel and unexpected outcome of Gaza war

In the rush to analyze the outcome of Israel’s 51-day war in Gaza, dubbed Operation Protective Edge, some may have neglected an important factor: This was not a war by traditional definitions of warfa



Nothing Islamic about this caliphate!

Weak-minded young Muslim men with western passports are attracted by the notion of an Islamic State.



Make OFWs’ return easier

For many of them, leaving Libya was a difficult decision to make due to uncertainty of finding a job back in the Philippines.



Is brown the new black?

Back in 2006, Joe Biden, then a Senate candidate ran into trouble for a remark that “you cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.”



British child trafficking horror raises questions

What were they doing in Rotherham, England? Sleeping? Ignoring the agony whirling around them?



Saudi energy experts, read my lips

Norway has oil and gas. It is their bread and butter and so is the case with Saudi Arabia. We also have oil and gas but it is not only our bread and butter, it is also our dessert.



Role Saudi women can play

Talking about Saudi Arabia, international reports and analyses usually raise the issue of Saudi women being deprived of their rights.



An evil that should be stopped now

It is time for kids to go back to their schools after their summer break. It is that time of the year when you go out with them to buy bags, new shoes and stationary supplies.



Social trust involves building connections, local and global

Modern technology is straining the boundaries of our ability and our desire to trust — in fact, it is testing those boundaries on both ends, the extreme of over-trusting and of persistent distrust.

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