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Why is Riyadh not media hub
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-13
Author : Abdulateef Al-Mulhim
Before June 1, 1980, the city of Atlanta, Georgia was known for its Peachtree Street, the first civil rights movement, Coca Cola, Gone with the wind, Hartsfield Airport or maybe...
Poor understanding of ME
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-13
Author : Tariq Alhomayed
In his interview with journalist Thomas Friedman this week, US President Barack Obama said that the threat to regional states, including Saudi Arabia, is not Iranian intervention, but rather "internal...
Special measures for 'special' people
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-13
Author : Talal Al-Harbi
Since ascending the throne, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman has vowed to do his best to serve the country and its people....
Cacophony in Yemen
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-13
Author : Seema Sengupta
Another Arab country, Yemen, is in doldrums as a fierce fight for restoring stability in this strategically located country, abutting the Bab El-Mandab Strait linking Red Sea with the Gulf...
A de-facto alliance between Washington and Tehran
Source : Al Arabiya TV  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Raghida Dergham
Within one week, this is what Tehran reaped and sowed: The Islamic Republic of Iran celebrated the opening of a new historical chapter with the United States and the European...
Pakistani blackmail
Source : Arab Times  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Ahmed Al-Jarallah
"May God bless difficulties that made me differentiate my friends from enemies." This part of a poem is applicable to some countries whose leaders released statements to express their true...
Mullahs 'the big Satan'
Source : Arab Times  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Undoubtedly, the 'Operation Decisive Storm' has ignited fire on the heads of the Iranians - from the 'supreme leader' to the smallest official in its foreign ministry....
Freedoms remain restricted
Source : Kuwait Times  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Abdellatif Al-Duaij
The parliamentary legislative committee approved, with suspended thanks, the scrapping of the jail sentence from the audiovisual law....
New phase of Arab Spring
Source : Kuwait Times  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Muna Al-Fuzai
Many of us applauded the Arab Spring several years ago, but a number of Arab intellectuals and writers are wondering today what has been accomplished on the ground in terms...
The other Saudis that many do not know
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Khaled Al Maeena
In over two decades as editor of two English papers and a long experience interacting with the expatriate community, I came across many people who had the wrong assumptions...
Iraq's fiscal woes
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Jamal Doumani
For weeks recently, all eyes were on Tikrit, where 30,000 Iraqi troops, two-thirds of whom Shiite "popular mobilization" militias coordinated by Iranian military advisers, wrested that Sunni town from IS...
No surprise in Khamenei's rants
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Salman Aldossary
The verbal attack launched by Iran's Supreme Guide Ali Khamenei toward Saudi Arabia was completely expected and no cause for surprise....
Mideast political rivalries stoke sectarianism
Source : The Peninsula  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author :
Across the Middle East, fierce rivalry between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran is heightening sectarian tensions, even in conflicts that analysts say are primarily political....
Yemen isn't Lebanon
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2015-04-12
Author : Amir Taheri
There is a Persian proverb "every recipe is not fit for every banquet." It means that a method that works in one case might not necessarily works in every situation. Applied...
Iran deal could stumble on monitoring
Source : The Peninsula  
Date : 2015-04-11
Author : Louis Charbonneau
Beefing up international monitoring of Iran's nuclear work could become the biggest stumbling block to a final accord between Tehran and major powers, despite a preliminary deal reached last week....
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