Friday , February 22 2019

Opinion

Riyadh, let do and let pass

PERHAPS, the policy “Laissez faire et laissez passer” (Let do and let pass) is applicable in the interpretation of the decisions endorsed by the Saudi …

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The 3rd Reich to Mullah Republic … end is same

WHEN Khomeini succeeded in overthrowing the Shah of Iran in 1979, he lifted the slogan “Advancing until Jerusalem”. However, throughout the last 39 years, the …

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Lady without hijab in Aramco

YES indeed, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recently appointed a woman as one of the board members of its major company and the world’s top …

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In order to avoid recurrence of Iranian Versailles crisis

THE nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is not different from the Treaty of Versailles signed in 1919. This treaty did not last …

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How to ruin what you have built?

AFTER years of strenuous efforts, the National Assembly approved in 2015 the law on the Establishment of the Financial Control Department which was to be …

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Muhammad the Sixth … maker of peace and development

CONSIDERING the keenness of King Muhammad VI for peace, development and unity of Morocco, he has been working for the past many years on making …

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Will Tehran’s peacocks learn from exemplary Korea?

THE World Health Organization (WHO) announced at the beginning of this year that thousands of North Korean children are under the threat of starvation. Over …

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Language fought by ‘Brotherhood’

EACH year, the State spends huge sums of money on students of high schools to prepare them for university education, especially those planning to study …

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Do you want to rule Kuwait?

AFTER every parliamentary election, the level of optimism increases with the hope that the new Parliament will be different from the previous one. However, when …

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Enough mosques, Salah

The title of the article is derived from a famous phrase by the great artiste Saad Al-Faraj in the Kuwait comic series ‘Darb Alzalaq’. The …

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