The ‘Soft Power’ of Kuwait

On a recent Saturday, 12th of March to be exact, at 22:30, while I was having dinner with some friends at one of London’s...

UK and Canada co-host world’s first ministerial conference on media freedom

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland will next month co-host in London the world's first ministerial conference...

Dear Men: In honor of Dina Ali

When men in the world cannot coexist with women, we are left with tragic stories such as that of Dina Ali, who sought asylum...

Return of aviation

International airlines incurred around $320 billion in losses by April, while Arab airlines...

Guerilla learning

"Online" has a negative connotation when it comes to education. "Pfft. Online! If you want to learn something, go to a workshop or an...

Iran today

The news of protests in Iran topped the attention of the world last week. The protests still fluctuate between opponents and supporters of the...

A thank you letter to the terrorist

I don’t know why evil seems to be winning these days. That’s what my friend told me, referring to the massacre that took place...

Two cops and a woman

An Arab lady living in a Western country gets back home after work. She was busy doing some household errands when the doorbell rang....

Dr Maasouma’s sheep

In the early 1980s, my son Mohammed was preparing for his master's degree in the US, so I visited him in Colorado to check...

Privatization and food security

Over the past few weeks, the government has shown a determination to privatize more than 20 state-owned companies. At the forefront of these companies...

Pandemic Diaries: Inside the whale

By Jamie Etheridge Yesterday, Kuwait entered a total lockdown, 24-hour curfew for the next...

IS In Short

To fairly evaluate IS or Al-Qaeda, one has to ask himself why none of these two dangerous, armed, radical organizations have carried out any...

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