The referendum on Scotland’s independence is only six months away and suddenly the cautious sparring between the Conservative-led coalition government in London and First Minister Alex Salmond’s p
Earlier this week, Israeli soldiers at Allenby crossing between Jordan and occupied West Bank shot dead a Jordanian citizen, a first instance court judge, in cold blood alleging that he tried to grab
The call by Mohamed Al-Mady, SABIC vice chairman and CEO, for the establishment of regional think tanks to identify and pursue new areas of competitive advantage fits well in the changing industrial e
The rise of right-wing populist movements across Europe has started to concern not only European governments but also other countries around the world.
DESPITE initial setbacks, patient back-channeling efforts obviously have succeeded since both the Pakistani government and the Tehreek-e-Taleban (TTP) expressed their willingness to hold direct peace
Washington’s apparent inability to focus on more than one international crisis at a time has been a boon to Syrian dictator Bashar Assad.
The Kingdom of Bahrain, one of the smallest countries in the world, has always played an important role in world events. Bahrain has been an active actor on the world stage for thousands of years.
The emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, who is recovering from surgery and had to cut short his stay in the United States, will be hosting one of the toughest Arab League summits in recent
Now, it is getting ridiculous and so scary. The yellow object spotted in the hope it was a dinghy turns out to be mere jetsam and rubbish in the sea.
“The history of all hitherto existing society,” Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels declared in The Communist Manifesto, “is the history of class struggles.”
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