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Will the Kingdom become bankrupt in four years?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-27
Author : Rashid Al-Fawzan
Will Saudi Arabia become bankrupt within four years? This question was raised by Deputy Economy Minister Mohammed Al-Tuwaijri during a television talk show recently....
Cholera in war-torn Yemen
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-27
Author : Abdulrahman al-Rashed
International warnings, including that of the World Health Organization, of the emergence of cases of cholera in Yemen cannot be ignored or belittled. Yemen is currently going through its worst...
Greater US involvement in Yemen is needed
Source : Gulf News  
Date : 2016-10-26
Author : Dr Christian Koch
In a recent interview to Vanity Fair magazine, US President Barack Obama acknowledged that he grapples with the question "what might I have done differently along the course of the...
The Sultanate of Oman and the latest IMF report
Source : Oman Daily Observer  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : Lo'ai Batainah
Every year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) conducts consultations with officials in most countries including Oman on the economic conditions of these countries....
Liberation that awaits Mosul
Source : The Peninsula  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : David Hearst
"I was driven to the 'yellow house' at night and put in a room of about 4m x 5m with tens of others. There was blood on the walls. Torture...
Startups cities: What makes them tick?
Source : Khaleej Times  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : Saad Maniar
The UAE, particularly Dubai, is increasingly witnessing a relentless wave of young entrepreneurs coming up with innovations that are fast challenging the traditional setups in industries such as hospitality, transportation,...
Conscription - why not?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : Khaled Batarfi
Conscription in many parts of the world is a dreadful word. It means young men are taken away from their beloved ones to serve in the army for years. It...
Mosul beyond the battle
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : Linda S. Heard
The Iraqi government's initiative to free Mosul from the most brutal terrorist group the world has ever known is long overdue. But despite the enthusiastic efforts of Iraqi forces, Kurdish...
N-deal puts Iran at a crossroads
Source : Arab News  
Date : 2016-10-25
Author : Abdulrahman al-Rashed
Following harsh criticism from hard-liners, three ministers in the Cabinet of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani resigned from their posts....
The 2016 elections
Source : Kuwait Times  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Muna Al-Fuzai
The National Assembly has been dissolved several times since Kuwait’s independence, either by an Amiri decree or a judicial decision of the constitutional court....
Fraudsters' concealed agendas exposed … battleground is here
Source : Arab Times  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Undoubtedly, the coming election will be different from the previous one in terms of formation and context, because the changes that occurred in the last four years have put every...
High stakes in Mosul
Source : Gulf Today  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Michael Jansen
The battle for Mosul is a high-stake campaign for all involved. The Iraqi government has the most to lose. The very existence of the Shia-dominated regime could depend not only...
Defeating Daesh in Iraq will be a complex, uphill task
Source : Khaleej Times  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou
Jean-Paul Sartre famously wrote that if a victory is told in detail, it becomes hard to distinguish it from a defeat. This is certainly true of the current narrative about...
Solve sectarian problem to ensure Daesh stays defeated
Source : Khaleej Times  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Fareed Zakaria
When Donald Trump rails against the Obama administration for having signaled its intent to retake Mosul, he is, as usual, ill-informed....
Why do some Saudis live abroad?
Source : Saudi Gazette  
Date : 2016-10-24
Author : Abdullatif Al-Melhem
Some news reports claim that there are around one million Saudi immigrants who live and work in other countries. Is this figure accurate? We do not know. However, the authorities...
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