Saturday , January 21 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Syria antidote in Astana

THERE is a glimpse of hope in the possibility of Syria exiting from the whirlpool of killings, destruction and displacement, due to the talks that are currently ongoing in the Kazakh capital, Astana. If these talks are managed in a proper manner, and if every concerned party tones down the …

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DAESH … the unknown exposes the known

ABOUT two years have passed since the launch of the military campaign against DAESH but this terrorist group continues to be a daily source of apprehension for majority of countries in the world, and preoccupation for its security and media agencies. This means that the method used to fight this …

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Time is up for MPs who make ‘empty promises’

SOME MPs imagine that by the time they reach the green chairs, they are above the law and they have the right to dictate their desires to the government and citizens. They want to turn the National Assembly Hall into a boxing ring where they take revenge on their enemies. …

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O Syrians, save your blood and negotiate

FOLLOWING six years of civil war in Syria, the defeat has become clearer to all especially to the regime in Syria and the revolution. As long as Syrians are the ones paying the miserable price and the Syrian land and borders are being violated by regional and international forces that …

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Public Funds victim of electoral interests for 53 years

DURING the 70s and 80s, the region was embroiled in radical changes, struggles and wars. When such a dangerous environment surrounded Kuwait and led to divisions within the society, the legislative authority did not take up its responsibility as it should have. Instead of participating in protecting the national security, …

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Public Funds victim of electoral interests for 53 years

DURING the 70s and 80s, the region was embroiled in radical changes, struggles and wars. When such a dangerous environment surrounded Kuwait and led to divisions within the society, the legislative authority did not take up its responsibility as it should have. Instead of participating in protecting the national security, …

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Beware of tree member terror

IS KUWAIT weak to such a point that an artificial tree shakes and causes an MP to brandish his sword of interpellation in the face of the minister of Social Affairs and Labor, rendering her courage to shudder and order the removal of the tree? Or does it represent a …

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National Assembly and ‘Kuwait of Year 2000’ drama

IT seems the passion that pervaded the political campaigns still influences many lawmakers to the extent that they keep trying to drag the legislative authority back to square one. The situation is similar to the case of a group of lawmakers that prioritized personal interests above other considerations to gain …

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