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Ahmed Al Jarallah

Iraqi PM … well-spoken cockerel

THE Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhemi, is credited with his steadfastness in the face of a long series of challenges, and his ability to overcome …

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To the royals … the way to a heart is through stomach

MANY monarchies fell when their members were preoccupied with daily affairs, and competing with commoners in their businesses because the state failed to preserve their …

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Beware of desecrating it … ruling family prestige is a symbol of state’s legitimacy

IMAGINE what would have happened to Kuwait if the late Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad and the late Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah did not seek refuge in Saudi …

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A political government … a Kuwaiti ‘loya jirga’

THE American writer James Freeman said, “A politician is one who thinks about the upcoming elections. A statesman is one who thinks about the future …

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Formation of government … ‘flea market’

THE current situation in Kuwait is distressing due to the disruption that has reached the two authorities. The legislative authority is sitting on the sidewalk …

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They have no idea of what they represent

PEOPLE of Kuwait lack any basis for economic stability, which is the source of the state’s strength. This is because they simply handed over the …

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Your Highness, what kind of Kuwait do you want?

IT is no longer a secret that His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled is facing difficulties in forming his fourth government. It has become known to …

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A government similar to the previous 3 is bad for creativity, it’s bound to fall

A PROFESSOR of Political Thought at Qatar University Dr. Tijani Abdul Qader Hamid was right when he said, “Nations do not die because of a …

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Give lifetime homes before the grave

YOUR Highness, after discussing the two crises concerning health and education in this country, we will today talk about the housing issue. This matter suffers …

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Your Highness … If ants learned to argue, they wouldn’t find anything to eat in winter

AFTER talking about health in our last article, we will now talk about education in our country. Your Highness the Prime Minister, we are doing …

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