It is clear that as 2015 approaches the Saudi education system remains ill-equipped to respond to the needs of a modern Saudi family. What worked a generation ago does not work now.
We have been living in an illusion.
Last Sunday was a busy day: Three elections, in three different continents, all of them offering at least the hope of better times.
Racist. Sexist. Bigoted. Why is it that these three prejudices are so easily injected into the world of sport?
The Narendra Modi government has tied itself in knots over the issue of untaxed or black money, a political issue involving illegal money that has been lingering on for years and being monitored by th
A new kind of crisis fraught with all kinds of eventualities — like ethnic riots possibly worse than the ones witnessed in the aftermath of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination in 1984
No one could have predicted that Tunisia’s Jasmine Revolution would have had such a wide-reaching effect across North Africa and the Middle East.
A few days ago, a video released by the self-ascribed Islamic State (IS) showed an Australian teenage boy threatening western leaders.
Harnessing the power of the state in the dogged pursuit of public ideals may seem like an anachronistic notion nowadays in most western democracies, but it was something of a novelty for Australians w
Egypt's war on terror took a turn for the worse last Friday when a military checkpoint in northern Sinai came under multiple attacks leaving more than 30 soldiers dead and scores wounded.
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