Friday , December 14 2018

Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

‘Yellow Vest’ French coffee

Yusuf Awadh Al-Azmi “… Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present,” French philosopher, author and journalist Albert Camus (1913-1960).By Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi The ‘Yellow Vest’ Movement in France continues to pose a threat to public order, politics and security. These vests changed the history of …

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‘Bridge gap for new future’

Yusuf Awadh Al-Azmi “…And who urge each other to truthful purposes and to patience,” Holy Quran 103:3.The 39th Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit was held two days ago in the Saudi capital of Riyadh with full representation of its members although Qatar’s representation was at a lower level, which everyone …

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‘Respect sovereign moves’

The world is awash with contradicting news, you wake up every morning to find variety of news hitting the headlines.  As you browse through the news pages, you find news on the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Paris ‘yellow vest’ demonstrations and how it has extended to France’s neighboring countries, …

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The various … abhorrent faces of racism

Sometimes, I wonder if we are racists and if we do not accept others. Do we actually discriminate people on the basis of religion, ethnicity and skin color? Do we claim civility and open-mindedness while at the same time we lie to ourselves and are the first to believe in …

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‘Do not be next victim’

People tend to stick to ‘first impression’, especially in an unpleasant rumor, and the general view of society in such instances might be unfair as it’s based on first impression. The outcome of first impression might last – even if the ‘subject’ of the rumor is acquitted by court later. …

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Corruption triangle … torrential rains

TRADING is a fantastic and honorable business, although it is no shame to be poor. For this reason, a trader must start in the right professional way to gain stability in order to compete with the big people while becoming a model in lofty values to write down history of …

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‘Compromises achieve balance in conflicts’

Prudent political analyses concerning daily events, and talks of intertwined global politics require real-time scrutiny that links events either in the region or within the foreign horizon of the wide global politics. Accuracy is needed when processing, analyzing and organizing fast-moving events so that a balance can be achieved between …

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November 4 … and the voice of mind

 ‘The more aware a person is, the more responsible he is” – Ali Shari’ati. Severe sanctions have now been imposed on Iran. The time is up for predictions and enquiries. The sanctions have become a reality and it should be dealt with as it is. The matter is not a …

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‘Devil and deep blue sea’

IN any political or security crisis experienced by a country, which could be natural, the solution process starts with various approaches – among them the transparent method by which the incident is handled with in a sense of duty and professionalism to shut the mouths of opportunists and enemies. There …

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Bibi and sweets of Muscat

“This is politics. It is to make way among corpses” – Mario Vargas Llosa. Some people including myself compare political terms to chemical equations. Every political issue can be compared to a chemical equation in terms of its core logic, not scientific appearance. Here is a rule that is regarded …

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