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Worst Place to Put a Bomb

May 11, 2012 // The Kuwait Times - Kuwait

Now with all the technological advancements the modern-day terrorists seem to boast of, why would they choose this location for the bomb?

Obama Wins the Oil Price War against OPEC

July 19, 2011 // Al-Jarida - Kuwait - Arabic

Far removed from the justifications provided by the International Energy Agency, which has attributed its decision to reduce Libyan oil production to the local unrest, observers of the decision to release oil from emergency reserves — a decision that China supported, expecting it to lead to stability in oil prices [Read more]

Washington Leaves Afghanistan For Taliban

July 9, 2011 // Al Jarida - Kuwait - Arabic

<i>The withdrawal of U.S. troops, its intelligence, Mujahdeen and political concerns</i> What Obama is currently talking about, if it does occur, will result in similar effects caused by the withdrawal of the Soviet army in the early '90s. This left Afghanistan to its own fate, leaving the Mujahdeen to fight each [Read more]

President Obama and the Grand Dame of Parliaments

June 20, 2011 // Al Qabas - Kuwait - Arabic

In President Obama’s recent address before the British Parliament, in front of both the House of Lords and the Commons, the president celebrated the history of one of the longest and strongest alliances in the world — the United States and the United Kingdom. It is an alliance that agrees wholeheartedly with the [Read more]

Why Has the West Abandoned Assad?

June 4, 2011 // Al-Seyassah - Kuwait - Arabic

The Centres for Strategic Studies are discussing the significant shift in the American and European positions towards the Syrian revolution. This has taken place for numerous reasons, including the regime’s use of repression. The martyrdom of a young boy, Hamza Khatib, reveals the extent the regime has slid, reducing [Read more]

Between bin Laden and Guevara

May 7, 2011 // al-Jarida - Kuwait - Arabic

I believe the last time there was real dialogue about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaida was years ago. It has probably been the same amount of time since there was any valuable media coverage. Indeed, the people around the world have forgotten the story of bin Laden, probably years ago. Today, in light of the bloody and [Read more]

The Animated Libyan Sands

March 13, 2011 // Al Ray - Kuwait - Arabic

<i>“All that is new comes from Libya” — the historian Herodotus (5th century B.C.)</i> The mind may be distracted by stories of revolutionaries, colonial resistance and harassment by tyrannical Italians, and the high, energetic leader Omar may be recalled when one hears the name Libya, but for a long time before [Read more]
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