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Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

‘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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Players to panic, anxiety – Situation good despite oil dip

In one of my articles published about a year ago, I had recommended that Kuwait should suspend oil exportation for one year in order to …

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Napoli pizza seller – Deeds say it all

Italy is famous for its cuisine particularly its pizzas and pastas. There are thousands of restaurants in many countries around the world that serve pizza. …

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No sensible person seeks to wage war – When a patient man loses his temper

A plane took off from the Iranian airport heading for Dubai and some of the passengers were VIPs, members of the Saudi diplomatic mission who …

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Reforms to hit citizens hard – Govt must share responsibility

It is impossible for any rational mind to be distinctly convinced by irrational economic reforms, especially if the proposed reforms bear the actual impact of …

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Limits to liberalism – ‘Sharia’ red line

I respect and appreciate any person who supports or accepts liberalism or secularism, so I am not bothered as long as liberals or secularists don’t …

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