Darwin writes Kuwait’s history

We have many secrets in our modern political history that are not yet written about and are still withheld from the public. Like all...

Education reform

Most intellectuals and liberals in the Arab world agree on the importance of education reform, but no one says what is the goal or...

‘Enough messing around’

If we gather what has been written about the problems and bad standards of the Ministry of Education and its facilities 10 years ago...

Only in Kuwait – 8

Good morning dear and honorable readers. I am back with a new column from my 'Only in Kuwait' series after a brief halt, because...

Hiring a lawyer

I know it is not very ideal for me to be writing this myself as I am a lawyer, but I have gained experience...

Greeting, reverence to yesterday’s mothers

The word 'mother' is not one to be taken lightly because mothers are the first schools children ever attend, so if they are well-prepared,...

Ending Services of Expatriates

The government's step to correct the labor market composition and its demographics is indeed a required one, but it must be well-organized and implemented...

Letters to Badriya

Madam, Thank you for your lovely article about expats. I grew up in Kuwait, went to school there and was in grade 10 when the...

United We Stand

This week I traveled with a delegation of Kuwait media to Cairo to meet with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi. The visit was an important...

$1million spent on chocolate daily

Nearly $1 million is spent on chocolate in Kuwait every day! This is what recent statistics on the state's growing chocolate market have shown....

Our Power Reserves

As we focus our attention on plummeting oil prices and dwindling reserves, we overlook what is far more decisive to our region's success. The...

Cheap oil and the weapons market

In an article published on Sept 7, 2013, I wrote that our country is lucky and history has proved this. I wrote that our...

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7th August