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Opinion

From Eisenhower to Biden, has US view towards Gulf changed?

THE State of Kuwait is scheduled to receive the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken the day after tomorrow on his first official visit to …

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Handling funds for retirees

For nearly a year, Kuwait’s credit ratings have been continuously downgraded by international rating agencies, which have great influence in the world of finance. A …

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‘How can low-earning 60s expats pay KD 2,000 for permit renewal?’

“Let us leave the voting by Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) on the decision to increase the fee for renewal of residence permits for the …

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Good manners, reputation, we give him our daughter, but not the State

FOR the third time in less than two years, international credit institutions have lowered Kuwait’s credit rating. For the second time in two years, the …

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The failed, dead institution

Bahraini professor Ali Mohammad Fakhro published an article under the title “When will consciences and minds wake up?” Its topic relates to the state of …

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Tweeting is like walking in a minefield in Kuwait

The more you tweet and post on social media in Kuwait and the Middle East, the more you may face crucial criminal procedures and probably …

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Assad’s reality, Arabs sins on Syria

THE President of Syria Bashar Al- Assad gave a speech, which was characterized by his realistic approach to the situation of his country, after his …

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King of the jungle mentality, fox in power leads to inevitable collapse of the state of Waq-Waq

ONCE upon a time, a lion asked for the opinions of a wolf and a fox on how to change his kingdom into a republic, …

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Opera in the scrap market

In the mid-sixties, my colleague at the bank told me that he told his relative to kidnap his neighbor’s puppy because it was barking most …

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Kuwaitis riled, government is ‘living on another planet’

THE government will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic crisis with a lot of failures and confusion in its decisions. This brings to mind the question …

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