Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

Kuwaiti nights naturally cold! – Journey is long

IN THE Pearl of the Gulf, Home of Peace and country of the Humanitarian Leader ‘Kuwait’, official meetings were held for dialogues between two warring factions in the Yemen crisis — Yemen Aden and Yemen Sana’a. A poet said, “No matter how long, Sana’a is a must. It is true …

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Will-power can do wonders – Syria peace achievable

When I picked up a pen, or to be precise, put my fingers on the keyboard to write, various issues that are worth discussing and analyzing started running through my mind. Some of the issues, not all, that are written are suitable for publishing as per the principle – “Not …

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Will ‘Sykes Picot’ be rewritten? – Time running out for Arabian Gulf

What is happening in Halab (the original ancient name of Aleppo) is a chain of events moving in the direction of Syria’s destruction – the country that has become the breeding ground for international gangs of killers and propaganda machines to settle sectarian scores. It is obvious the problem cannot …

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Defenseless left to be massacred – Dead suffer no pain

IT IS not possible for the regime in Syria to continue doing what it has been doing, and perhaps, what it will do, unless it makes plans with the major countries and obtain their permission. It was said that Russia withdrew from Syria, but in reality, its forces continue their …

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We ‘separate’ as soon as our interests cease to be common – Need to prioritize interest of country

IS it our utmost ambition to see some individuals nominated to the National Assembly? Is it our right to say who will be nominated and who will not? Did any apparent obstacles to democracy seem worthwhile? Do the current MPs represent the actual political scene? Is the parliament an effective …

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‘Sword is mightier than dialogue’ – Coalition advance to end standoff

When a writer decides to write an article, he prefers to cover a major incident. In this particular article, I had planned to write about the ongoing strike of the oil workers in Kuwait. However, I fear that I might not have a complete picture about this issue, especially since …

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Yemen … change towards reality – Expectations high

IT is very normal for General Ali Mohsin Saleh to be promoted as vice president of the country while he maintains his membership of the top military command, because General Ali Mohsin — popularly known as “Al-Ahmar” (The Red), is a natural extension of Yemen’s military leadership structure, given that …

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Dialogues move stagnancy…Is Kuwait governed by Islamic or man-made laws?

KUWAIT is a Muslim country that freely performs religious rituals and supports the upholding of Islamic rituals through Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs. The ministry has been exerting tremendous efforts and spending huge amounts of money for ensuring professional administration and excellent management of mosques and Quran memorization centers. …

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Al-Mualim… and ‘vague’ delegation!

THE press conference organized by Syrian Foreign Affairs Minister Waleed Al-Mualim followed the usual principles, so it did not introduce anything new. The speech was the same, with repetition of lies that the government forces have taken control over all territories and repetition of the previous positions, so nothing new …

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Unnecessary govt bodies – Revert to original structure

IN THE PAST few years, we have been following up with keenness the establishment of unnecessary public authorities that are only significant in serving as offices where people can occupy positions and enjoy free prominence — deliberately or not deliberately. The fact is that huge budgets are allocated to them …

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